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THE CHESTNUT BURR - 1946 



PRODUCED BY THE 



STUDENTS OF KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, KENT, OHIO, UNDER 
THE SUPERVISION OF JULIE JUCH, EDITOR, AND MARJORIE 
INGHAM, BUSINESS M A N A G E R — P H T OG R A P H Y BY GEORGE PAPP 
AND BOB CHIZMAR — CO-EDITORS, JOHN THOMAS AND HANK 



JOHNSTON 



THE STORY 




OF A YEAR 



AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY 



TOLD TYPOGRAPHICALLY 



AND PHOTOGRAPHICALLY 



Administration Building 






OUR POST WAR 



THERE is no typical "Gl Joe College," and for that reason we picked 
John Boesch to portray the college student returned from the wars. 

There's certainly nothing typical about John Boesch. 

Johnny left school as a senior when his Uncle Sugar called in 1943. 
He dragged his 6-foot, 200-pound frame through the dust of Fort Riley 
and muck of the Philippines and came home to Kent in January, 1946. 

John had been associated with an unglamorous organization called 
the First Cavalry division. This "Hell for Leather" outfit was occupied 
mainly with carrying on operations around the Admiralties, Leyte and 
Manila, in the southwest Pacific — General MacArthur's command. How- 
ever, John Boesch did no hobnobbing with generals, or even second looies. 
You see, he was PRIVATE Boesch. 

The Japs didn't knock out John, but malaria did, and, after a spell 
in New Guinea hospitals, he strode into Registrar E. C. Stopher's office. 
Without even an "I have returned," John grinned and dove into — the 
nearest registration line. 

So, he moved into the Gamma house, did his share of Brady sitting, cut 
a few classes and carried on much as he had before. He also became social 
chairman of his fraternity, helped it win bridge honors and headed the 
reactivation of Delta Sigma Pi, the business honorary. 

June rolled around. John went to the spring formal, shot a few holes 
of golf, hit the books, passed his exams and was among the graduates on 
Commencement day. He then jammed his belongings into his jalopy, said 
goodby to his fraternity brothers and drove home to Willoughby. 

That's John Boesch's story. It's very simple. It's not typical. It's not 
important to very many besides John Boesch. 

But what is important is what was happening to KSU while John was 
"readjusting" and "reconverting" to a civilian pace. 

For Kent, 1946 was a year of "reconversion in education". 




RECONVERSION 



IN EDUCATION . . . 




EXPERIENCING a gradual transformation since the beginning of the 
fall quarter, by the end of the spring quarter the university was well 
established as one of Ohio's leading veterans' colleges. Ever since the first 
few rehabilitation students enrolled in early 1944, the school had seen that 
its future was to be closely linked with the future of eleven million Gl's. 
First regarded with an awesome wonderment, Gl Joe College today is 
accepted as on average student, along with his counterpart from the WAC or WAVE. It is not 
considered unusual for a student to be married and have several children, for him to be over 30 
years old, the wearer of a presidential citation or an artificial limb, or to be the former leader 
of thousands of men. Where John Boesch rode herd on a bunch of horses, others manned 
flocks of jeeps, coveys of 17s, squadrons of PT's and LCI's, or manuevered silken parachutes, or 
just slogged along on foot. But in the classroom these men meet on a common level. 

Starting with 105 veterans in the fall, by winter registration time there were 435, and 
1100 enrolled in the spring. They moved in like an AMG unit, taking over Windham housing 
project, commuting from Akron and Ravenna, and filling private homes in Kent. There were 
other problems besides the housing difficulties. There was the question of food for service- 
sharpened appetites. Entertainment had to be found for those long hours of "off" duty from 
the books. And the university itself had to adjust to the needs of these men. Textbooks and 
classroom space had to be located. Being more mature and in a hurry to moke up for those 
lost years, the servicemen and women required more practicality in the courses they followed. 
Their thirst for knowledge was overwhelming. As students, their averages were high and they 
showed an enthusiastic willingness to work. 

For some, college was old stuff. For others who would have been unable to attend a uni- 
versity had it not been for the Gl bill, college was a new and glamorous experience. In some 
cases there were personal problems of not being able to concentrate on studies, finding chosen 
fields uninteresting, or being unused to new civilian surroundings. Old students seemed to 
feel this change more than others, because the school was different and they were rather 
uncertain that they liked it. But there were no cases of ex-GI's rioting against the administra- 
tion, diving into gutters when student pilots buzzed the campus or scrounging faculty autos. 
For several years, battle jackets, jump boots, pinks and blues will be proper dress for veteran- 
students. But at Kent the "veteran" will soon be a non-existant personality, giving way to 
the general classification of "Kent Stater". Then the reconversion will be complete. 




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OUR purpose was to present in this volume a photographic picture of 
university life in 1945-46 and a fleeting glimpse of the thousands of 
treasured memories that compose this American college. 

Picking up the threads of a school year, we focused the camera eye 
on Kent State in transition. We attempted to catch more than mere per- 
sonalities, places and events. We also tried to present in this book some- 
thing of the spirit that hovers above the wooded hills and ivy halls of KSU. 

More than cold academic life, there is that intangible glow of warmth 
which accompanies each familiar scene of college happiness. 

In a record more accurate than memory we tried to capture many 
images of the personal acquaintances that contributed to each of your 
private worlds. 

As we write this, it is still too early to judge our work. But we will 
be content if, years hence, you con thoughtfully open this slim blue volume 
and vividly relive those thousand memories. 

We give you a composite portrait of your college career — your copy 
of THE CHESTNUT BURR, 1946. 

Photographically yours, 

JULIE JUCH, Editor 

MARGE INGHAM, Business Mgr. 




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ACADEMIC . . . 



WE LOOK to the future with clearer view and calmer judgement than 
have been possible in any year since 1940. This last year has brought 
the end of war, and we are struggling now with the adjustments we must 
make to meet adequately our responsibilities to insure the rich blessings 

which peace promises. 

In our thinking and planning for the future, let us not be content with 
growth in plant and number of students. Our stature in the academic world 
has grown by the skill and sacrifice of our sons and daughters and faculty 
during the war. Our stature in the years just ahead will be determined by the 
quality of our scholarship, by the skill of our teaching, and by the abilities 
of students and faculty alike to work together with common purpose and 
with faithful devotion to the institution in which we associate. 

Our hearts and our active minds are the real and creative forces for the 
future. The whol'e future of the university rests upon you and me; what we 
are, what we think, what we hope, what we do. 

GEORGE A. BOWMAN 
President 




SCHOOL'S IN! 




PRESIDENT GEORGE A. BOWMAN 

SINCE coming to Kent from Youngstown, where he was school superintendent. President 
George A. Bowman has in two years given the university a new strength, and his energetic 
enthusiasm for the school's future has been taken up by our students and faculty members. 

Observing the growth of KSU, the president has not been content with mere physical great- 
ness. Instead, he has taken a longe-range view of the problems and responsibilities we face. 

President Bowman realizes that returned service personnel will make up the majority of 
student enrolment for some years to come, and has provided for them in our current planning. 

He has said in regard to the veterans that "the responsibility of the university to them is 
great. We must meet it with devotion and resourcefulness. And we will." 

Knowing President Bowman's firm convictions, we can be confident that the job will be 
done intelligently and capably. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES . . 



John R. Williams, Madison President 

Joseph B. Hanan, Akron Vice-President 

Robert C. Dix, Kent Secretory 

Otto J. Korb, East Cleveland Treasurer 

Charles H. Lake, Cleveland 



ASSUMING greater importance this year, the university board of trustees was responsible 
for handling state appropriations and letting contracts for the proposed student health 
center and industrial arts building. With expansion of Kent State in mind, the governing 
body approved the appointments of new faculty members, including football coach Trevor Rees, 
and the addition of more courses. Its close cooperation with President Bowman is evidence 
that once again Kent will be known as "the fastest growing university in the country." 














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Trustees Williams, Hanan, Dix and Korb outline building plans with President Bowman. 



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DEANS 



RAYMOND E. 
MANCHESTER 
Dean of Men 



FREN A. 
MUSSELMAN 
Dean, Summer 
Session and 
Extension 





DR. ADA V. 

HYATT 

Dean of Women 



ARDEN L. 
ALLYN 

Dean, College of 
Bus. Adm. 





DR. EARL W. 
CRECRAFT 
Dean, College of 
Liberal Arts 



DR. JOHN L. 

BLAIR 

Dean, College of 

Education 



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SCHOOL HEADS . . . 



NCREASED activities and larger enrolment in the various schools threw 
the spotlight on persons holding these top positions. 

Alfred A. Crowell, acting head of the school of journalism, revived the 
national short course in news photography and high-school day. 

Under E. Turner Stump, the school of speech inaugurated a clinic for 
students with speech defects and retained the university's high reputation 
in debate, dramatics and radio. 

Newly appointed as acting head of the school of music was band 
director Roy D. Metcalf. Art head Nina S. Humphrey was granted a leave 
of absence for her California vacation during the winter quarter. 

At the beginning of the spring quarter William D. Taylor returned to 
take over the journalism helm, while music head Fred H. Denker assumed 
his former position. 




ROY D 

METCALF 

Music 



E. TURNER 

STUMP 

Speech 



THE FACULTY . . . 




POWERS RADOCK CROWELL ANTHONY MULL 

Journalism Business 



ROBERTS LAWRENCE 

History 




KtAKet ^lakK bach PLhbuHtR LEWIS PATON TISCHENDORF RYDER JORDAN HALEY 

Psychology Secretarial Science BARICH DIRKSON Home Economics 

Industrial Arts 




HUNGERFORD BLAIR WILLIAMS PAKE APPLE ENGLISH ALTMAN HOLM STUMP MONTGOMERY 
HILL SATTERFIELD SIMMONS HARVEY DEWEESE BOFFO WRIGHT 

English WHITTON Speech 

Physical Education 



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SWAN 
Primory 



KOEHLER MUSSELMAN VAN CAMPEN WILBER WHETTEN BYRNE FLETCHER 

Education Accounting Political Science 




HUMPHREY WEST 

HYLAND NOVOTNY 
Art 



HOBBS KELLY CUNNINGHAM LAING MILLER 

WAGONER DEXTER SUMNER Sociology 

Biology 



FORM KUHLMAN MILES MIERSCH 

LITTLEJOHN METCALF 
SUBLETTE — Music 




HAZEN CERRI AMNER HAWK 

MACHAN MEINKE — Language 



BAUM 
Philosophy 



COOK LEFLER THOMPSON 

PALMER CHAPMAN — Chemistry 



Troining School 




KOCHENDERFER MORAN Top: BECK EISEN RAUP — Geography 

Comrr>erce Bottom; KAISER HARSHBARGER 

MANCHESTER OLSON STELSON — Mathematics 
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MUNZENMAYER 

STEWART HARSH 

Educofion 



COCHRAN HUDSON COREY 
Economics 



UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS . . . 




DR. LESTER H. 
MUNZENMAYER 

Appts. Dir. 



MRS. ALICE 
MAKINSON 

Secy. Pres. 



DR. ARVILLE 0. 
DEWEESE 
Health Dir. 




LAWRENCE 
WOODDELL 
Maint, Supr. 



EMMET C 
STOPHER 

Registrar 



MARGARET 
WHARTON 
Res. Advsr. 



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iH^ultcH Hall 



MOULTON'S 102 girls busied themselves 
with teas, dances and parties through- 
out the year, guided by Rosemary Grzincic, 
president. Other officers were Vice-president 
Glee Krichbaum, Secretary Olga Janso and 
Treasurer Dorothy Schramm. 




Ch^/emaH Hall 



HOSTESSES to the traditional faculty tea, 
Englemon's 263 upperclass women 
feted in a Valentine motif this year. Able 
officers were President Betty Jane Shutrump, 
Vice-president Janet Irons, Secretary Cath- 
erine Gallay, and Treasurer Helen Klicko. 





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WITH President Virginia Block success- 
fully heading this year's activities, 
Lowry hall's 115 freshman women enjoyed 
their traditional Snow ball, among other 
affairs. Dorm officers who served this year 
included Vice-president Janet Grant, Secre- 
tary Kathryn Hosfield and Treasurer Marie 
Fiori. 




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SCENE of fond practice teaching memories, 
the training school contains classrooms 
for all grades, from kindergarten to high 
school seniors. Many of Ohio's teachers re- 
ceived their first education experiences in 
this building. 





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tHemll Hall 



BEHIND the stately columns of Merrill hall 
lies the hubbub of the publications offices 
and the men's and women's lounges The 
impressive Campus night songfest is held 
each year on Merrill's front steps, shown here. 




lUcgHfiteif Hail 



A MONUMENT to scientific advancement 
and researcin, McGilvrey hall added 
greatly to its equipment this year. This 
modern structure is symbolic of the progress 
constantly being made by the university. 





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CENTER of pre-exam cramming, term 
paper industry and calm studying, Rock- 
well library's serene atmosphere and excellent 
facilities afforded opportunity for university 
students to raise scholastic records to a new 
high. 




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Heating plant 



NEW importance was given the heating 
plant this year, as it became the mecca 
of KSU veterans who consulted Veteran's Co- 
ordinator Dewey Barich in his office there. 
The industrial arts department, in the same 
building, will soon be housed in a plant of 
its own. 





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Hent Hall 



HOLDING an imposing position in the 
omphitheater of buildings along Univer 
sity drive, Kent hall is a picture of versotility. 
Besides regular classrooms, it houses such 
varied establishments as the radio workshop, 
speech and psychology clinics, the home 
economics kitchen and photography dark- 
rooms. 




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SENIORS OF KSU . . . 



A PEACETIME graduation was the fortune of the 1946 diploma class. 
Joyfully welcoming back old acquaintances, the students of '46 felt 
the jubilant air of a new campus spirit. 

Nevertheless, they faced the future with firm resolve and sobriety, for 
their ranks hod dwindled pitifully since their freshman days in the fall of 
1942. 

Those who had carried on were a hard-working lot. Both men and 
women, they had carried the brunt of school activities through the war 
years, holding the university in trust for those who were destined to return 
to the hilltop alma mater. 

They hod kept the university olive, from Senior President Don Moore, 
to Stater and Burr Editors Norma Knisely and Julie Juch. Returning in time 
for graduation this year were Stater Editor Tom Govogan and Vince Fox of 
University theater. 

Others active in campus affairs included Betty Offhaus, 1946 Miss Kent 
State; Elaine Chomberlin, Miss KSU of 1945; Most Popular Women 
Barb Berkey and Betty Jane Shutrump; 1 944 Burr Queen Betty Lee Johnston; 
and senior officers Harriet Shobert, vice-president; Janet Irons, treasurer; 
and Edith Korte, secretary. 




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MARIAN J. ANDERSON BARBARA M. BERKEY WARREN L. BENDEL 

Phi Sigma Xi. Pres.; 
IRC. 
Kappa Freshman Treas.; Soph- 
Club, omore Vice-Pres.; Most 
Popular Woman. 1945. 



Beta Gamma : Cardinal Alpha Omega, Pres. ; 

Key, Sec: Women's Student Council, Treas.; 

League, Sec; 

Delta PI; EE 

Sec; WAA, Chairman. 



ELEANOR E. BOYD 
Radio Workshop; WAA. 



JEANETTE B. BROCK 
Kappa Delta Pi; Who's 



Who; 
Club. 



YWCA; Newman 



BETTY K. BROWN 
Alpha Omega. Treas. ; 
Cardinal Key, Vice- 
Pres.; Student Council; 
WAA. 



HELEN PLATT 
BENTON 

Lambda Phi. Sec; Kent 
Stater, Edition Ed.; 
Journ. Student Body, 
Sec; NTFC; ISA; Chest- 
nut Burr. 



THELMA W. 

CHRISTIAN 

WAA; ISA; HPE Club; 

AWVS. 



AUGUSTINE A. 
COSENTINO 
Kappa Delta Pi ; New- 
man CUib; IRC. 



MARIAN J. DARST 
Kappa Delta Pi ; Zeta 
Iota; IRC; Phrateres; 
YWCA; Freshman Coun- 
selor. 



MAMIE CAVOULAS 
Beta Qamma, Vice- 
Pres.; Phi Sigma Xi, 
Sec; WAA. 



ELEANOR M. COLE 
YWCA; AWVS: Wesl 
Foundation. 



JOSEPH L. 
CLEMENTE 



CHARLOTTE C. 

CARSON 

Who's Who: K-P Club. 

Vice - Pres.; Cardinal 

Key; SSA; Freshman 

Counselor. 



HILDA H. CARANO 





BETTY JEAN 
CARLSON 

Gamma Sigma Phi; Phi 
Sigma Xi; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Newman Club; Stu- 
dent Court. 



ELAINE E. 
CHAMBERLIN 
Sigma Sigma Sigma. 
Pres.; Cardinal Key, 
Pres.; Miss Kent State, 
1945 ; Service Queen , 
1943; Senior Sec; Who's 
Who; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Student Council; Elec- 
tions, Social Commit- 
tees; EE Club, Pres. 



MARGARET A. 
Beta Gamma; 
Home Ec Club. 



BAKER 
WAA; 



BERTON G. ALTMANN 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 



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KATHLEEN BRONSON 
Newman Club: WAA; 
University Theatre: HPE 
Club. 



THOMAS J. 
CONNOLLY 



CHARMIAN K. 
BEACH 

Psi Lambda Omicron: 
Home Ec Club, Pres.: 
Glee Club; WAA: Pil- 
grim Fellowship, Sec. 



SHIRLEY AKEROYD 



CATHERINE L, 

BAMBERGER 

Kappa Delta Pi: AWVS 

WAA; YWCA; EE Club 

Phrateres: University 

Theatre. Newman Club. 



ALICE ALERT 

IRC: YWCA: Home Ec 

Club: Phrateres: Wesley 

Foundation. 



ALICE N. BEST 
Beta Gamma: Phi Al- 
pha Theta. 



EMMETT W. BOYD 
Alpha Phi Beta. 



MARJORIE CARDER 
Alpha Omega: K - P 
Club. Pres.: YWCA: 
Kappa Delia Pi: AWVS. 





DOROTHY M JONES 
Gamma Sigma Phi, 
VIce-Pres.: Phi Sigma 
XI: WAA. Trea.s.: SSA. 
Sec: Radio Workshop. 



JULIE JUCH 
Gamma Sigma Phi: 
Che.stnut Burr. Ed.: 
Lambda Phi: Newman 
Club. 



RICHARD W. DUSSEL 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 
Sec: Blue Key. Treas.: 
YMCA. Pres.: K-Vels. 
Sec: Kappa Delta PI: 
Phi Alpha Theta: 
Choir; Athletic Policy 
Committee. 



BETTY I. BROEMSEN 
Art Club. Treas.: 
YWCA. 



DEWITT C. COX 



BETTY LEE 
JOHNSTON 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
Pres.; Student Coun- 
cil. Sec; Cardinal Key: 
AWVS; NTFC, WAA: 
University Theatre: Burr 
Queen. 1944; May 
Queen Attendant: Psi 
Chi. 



HARRY W DANIELS 
Blue Key; Whos Who: 
Psi Chi; Men's Union. 



BARBARA STONE 

DANIELS 

Sigma Sigma Sigma: 

EE Club: NTFC. 



BETTY J. FOUSE 
Home EC Club. Sec. 



JAMES J. BEACHY 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 
Treas.: YMCA. Vlce- 
Pres, : Var.sity Basket- 
ball: HPE Club. 



GEORGIA A. MILDRED E 

FORNSHELL EVERETT 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. Theta Sigma Upsllon: 

K-P Club: AWVS. Wesley Foundation. 



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MARIAN H. JESSEL 
Phi Sigma Xi; Kappa 
Delta Pi: IRC; Newman 
Club: Phrateres. 



ROBERT T. JONES 



ARDATH AMOND 

FBANOK 

Pi Kappa Delta: For- 

ensics. 



MARSHALL B. 

FRIEDLAND 

Kappa Mu Kappa: 

Band, Pres.: ISA, Pres.: 

Orchestra, Vice - Pres. : 

NTFC, Producer. 



ALMARIE EDWARDS 
GREENWALD 
Gamma Sigma Phi: 
Student Court, Chair- 



JEANNE E. GILMORE DIXIE J. GRUNDY 

Orchestra, Glee Club: Sigma Sigma Sigma, 

AWVS: YWCA: WAA. Vice-Pres.: French Club: 

Terese Green Queen, 

1946; May Queen, 1946. 



MARGARET W. 
GREGORY 
Beta Gamma. 



LUCILLE B. HECK 
Sigma Sigma Sigma: 
Band: Radio Woricshop. 



THELMA L. HILBIG 
Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
Sec: WAA; AWVS. 




JOAN GUNKELMAN 
Beta Gamma: Band. 



DOROTHY M. GREEN CATHERINE OALAY JANET L. IRONS 



JUANITA J. HUTH 



Radio Workshop: Uni- 
versity Theatre: Phra- 
teres: WAA: HPE Club: 
Art Club. 



Kappa Delta Pi; IRC: 
Home Ec Club, Pres.; 
YWCA. 



Sigma Sigma Sigma: 
Kappa Delta Pi; K - P 
Club, Treas.; Senior 
Treas. : Cardinal Key: 
WAA Board; YWCA; 
Women's League. 



EVELYN WALTERS 

HAINES 

Beta Gamma: K-P Club. 



ARTHUR R. HENRY 
Sigma Tau Gamma: 
K-Vets; Choir; Chest- 
nut Burr. 



VERDA L. HAZLETT 



FRANCES J. HINDLEY JOAN HALPIN 
Phi Sigma Xi; YWCA; Pi Kappa Sigma. 
Phrateres: Wesley :Foun- 
dation. 



ADA LEE HERBERT 



MARTHA M. 
HOHENSHIL 



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MARJORIE A. 
INGHAM 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
Treas.: Chestnut Burr. 
Bus. Mgr. ; Who's Who; 
Cardinal Key; AWVS; 
Student - Faculty Rela- 
tions Committee; WAA; 
OWA; Psi Chi; Lambda 
Plii; Allocations, Sec. 



NORMA N. KNISELY 
Kent Stater, Ed.; 
Lambda Phi, Pres.: 
Cardinal Key; Glee 
Club; YWCA; Wesley 
Foundation. 



FLORENCE E. 
KEPLINGER 



GLENN A. 
KEPLINGER 
University Theatre; Blue 
Key; Radio Woricshop. 




HELEN M. KLIKA 
Newman Club; WAA; 
Engleman Treas. 



EDITH M. KORTE 
Beta Gamma, Pres.; 
Student Council; Junior 
Treas.; WAA; Univer- 
sity Theatre; HPE Club. 




VILMA KRUSKO 



MADGE E. KIME 
Band; Glee Club; 
Wesley Foundation. 





MARGARET E. 



CHARLOTTE H. 

LOOMIS 

Kappa Delta Pi; EE 

Club. 



HAZEL M. LONG 



LOIS A. LANGMEAD 
Phi Sigma Xi; WAA; 
Kappa Delta Pi. 




GRACE E. McCLARY BETTY J. 
Cardinal Key; Kappa MATZENBAOH 
Delta Pi; EE Club; WAA. 
YWCA; WAA; Chris- 
tian. Foundation. 



MARIE M. LORSON 
K-P Club: WAA. 



ALBA J. MARRA 



GERALDINE A. 
MARTIN 



BETTY L. OFFHAUS 
Gamma Sigma Phi, 
Pres.; Women's League. 
Pres.; Zeta Iota, Sec; 
Kappa Delta Pi, Sec.; 
Student Council; Who's 
Who; Cardinal Key; 
Sorority-Fraternity Pol- 
icy, Elections Commit- 
tees, Miss Kent State, 
1946. 

RITA M. MADAR 



MILDRED MAOLEARIE 
Zeta Iota; Kent Stater; 
WAA; Wesley Founda- 
tion. 



IRENE A. LEFFLER 
Beta Gamma; WAA; 
HPE Club; Newman 
Club. 



VINCENT L. FOX R, DONALD MOORE JOSEPHINE I. 

Blue Key; Alpha Psi Sigma Tau Gamma, MacDONALD 

Omega; University The- Pres.; Senior Pres.; Kappa Delta Pi, Car- 

ater. student Council; Blue dinal Key; YWCA, 

Key, Sec; Men's Union, Pres,; Who's Who, Two 

Treas.; Newman Club, Years; SSA, Sec; WAA; 

Treas.; Who's Who; EE Club; Christian 

Social Committee, Chair- Foundation, 
man; Chestnut Burr, 



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ETHEL OVIATT 



OLIVER R. OCASEK WANDA M. PYLE 

Delta Phi Sigma; Pi Sigma Sigma Sigma. 
Kappa Delta ; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Phi Alpha 
Theta. Pres.; Blue Key, 
Sec; University The- 
ater. 

SAJLLY A. SMITH MERCELEEN RILEY BETTY M RINKES 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Kappa Delta Pi: Phi 



Zeta Iota, Pres. 



MIRJAM A. 

SAUKKONEN 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; 

Kappa Delta Pi; EE 

Club. Vice-Pres.; AWVS. 



Alpha Theta, 
WAA. 



LOUISE N. RONGONE ROSE J. ROSS 



ZELMA L. RILEY 
Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
Vlce-Pres. ; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; Phrateres. 



ISOBEL M. SHIVELY 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Phrateres, Pres, ; Worn 
en's League; WAA 
Who's Who; HPE Club 
YWCA; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Cardinal Key. 

LORAYNE E. 
SHUMWAY 



HPE Club; Newman 

Club; WAA Board. Glee Club; Chi Mu- 

Kappa Delta Pi; Or- 
chestra. 



DAVID G. RYAN LUZERNE RICHARDS ARLENE RIGGLE 
Alpha Psi Omega; Pi Alpha Omega; Choir; Alpha Psl Omega, Vice- 
Kappa Delta; Blue Key; WAA; AWVS; YWCA; Pres.; Cardinal Key; 
ISA, Pres.; Kappa Del- Entertainment Commit- Kappa Delta Pi; Radio 
ta Pi; SSA; YMCA; tee. Workshop; University 
University Theater; Ra- Theater, 
dio Workshop; Foren- 
slcs. 



MARILYN P. SNELL 




HARRIET SHOBERT 
Beta Gamma. Pres. ; 



RUTH M. SCHMIDT 
Alpha Omega; WAA; 



Senior Vice-Pres.; Stu- Kappa Delta Pi; HPE 
dent Council ; Cardinal Club. 
Key; Phi Sigma Xi. 



MERCEDES L. 

SANCHEZ 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



IDA L. SWEDENBURG 
Home Ec Club; French 
Club; Newman Club. 



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AMY LEE STEBNER 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Chi Mu: Glee Club; 
Choir; Wesley Founda- 
tion. 



WALLACE H. STROUD 
Delta Phi Sigma; Phi 
Sigma Xi; Blue Key; 
Psi Chi; Chestnut Burr. 



DORIS E. STEWAHT 



BETTY JANE 
SHHTROMP 
Cardinal Key; Kent 
Stater, Edition Ed.; 
Engleman. Pres.; Lamb- 
da Phi; Phrateres; Ra- 
dio Workshop. Sec.; 
Newman Club. Pres. ; 
Most Popular Woman, 
1946; ISA. 



JOHN R. TILTON 
Sigma Tau Gamma; 
Student Council; Men's 
Union. 



ERNEST R. TOBIN 



INGRID TORNBERG 
VANTREASE 
Alpha Omega, Pres.; 
Phi Sigma Xi; Cardinal 
Key; Women's League, 
Treas. ; Student Coun- 
cil: Assembly Commit- 
tee, Chairman. 



EILEEN J. TESSMER 



ROBERT L. TAYLOR 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 





SHIRLEY A. WOLF MARY ANN WERNER 

Kappa Delta Pi; EE Phi Sigma XI; Phra- 

Club; OWA: SSA; teres; Home Ec Club; 

Phrateres.Treas.; Fresh- Wesley Foundation; 

man Counselor; YWCA. YWCA. 



GLADYS B. VARNER KATHRYN F. 

Kappa Delta PI; K-P WILLIAMS 

Club. Alpha Chi Omega. 



PATRICIA SCOTT 
ZIMMERMAN 
Art Club. 



CLAYTON O. WEST 
Alpha Phi Bcla; Var- 
sity Basketball. 



GLADYS ULCH 
MEISEL 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Cardinal Key; Psi Chi; 
AWVS, Co - Chairman; 
Kent Stater; Cheer- 
leader; WAA; Radio 
Workshop; Christian 
Foundation. 



MARILYN J. WALTZ 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Zeta Iota; YWCA; 
AWVS; WAA. 



EUGENE W. WISE 
Phi Alpha Thela; Gym 
Team. 



BETTY LOU WILSON 
Phi Alpha Theta 
Treas.; Kappa Delta Pi 
YWCA: French Club 
Wesley Foundation. 



CHERIE M. WILLIS 
YWCA; ISA. 



PEGGY L. VOIGT 
Beta Gamma; Psi Chi. 



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1946 SHORT 

COURSE... 




Chairman Dick Sarno strikes 
an attentive pose. 



ACE news photographers, nationally known pro- 
fessionals . and top amateurs from 22 states 
flocked to the university campus during the 
vacation week of March 20-23 to attend the first 
postwar short course in news photography. A total of 
418 photographers were present at the session, di- 
rected by Life magazine's Frank Scherschel and Dick 
Sarno, Hearst photography director. 

University students participated fully in the pro- 
gram, with Betty Lou Tuttle being named "Model 
model" and appearing frequently in a very becoming 
bathing suit, accompanied by attendants Betty 
Brown, Cherie Willis, Jean Olson and Beverly Myers. 

Besides Sarno and Scherschel, there were 36 
speakers, each an expert in his own field. Exhibits 
covering the atrium and halls included more than 300 
pictures. Prizes were awarded in pictorial news, color, 
and newspaper exhibit classes. 

Engleman hall housed most of the visiting camera- 
men and their wives. Manufacturers' displays and 
demonstrations filled several classrooms, while the 
majority of talks were given in McGilvrey auditorium. 

Main speaker at the banquet and Newspaper 
Photographers' association meeting, held at Twin 
Lakes country club, was Basil "Stuffy" Walters, 
executive editor for Knight newspapers. Inc. 

Perfect weather highlighted the short course which 
was sponsored by the school of journalism under Act- 
ing Head Alfred A. Crowell. 




Director Frank Scherschel and Bill Diehl, Newark press photo- 
grapher, with D. I. Coggins from Wabash. 



Sarno scans the prize-winning Detroit Times exhibit with the 
Times Phil Dion. 



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Burr Editor Julie Juch with dapper Dick Sarno 



The Model Model fondles a flash camera. 




Stuffy Wolters finds himself in on enviable position. 



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Photogropher Bill Diehl excloimed "Hubba hubbo!" when he shot 
Betty Brown and Jean Olson. 



JUNIORS OF KSU . . . 




HEADED by President John Jack, the junior class 
was an outstanding activities group. Entering 
school in the fall of 1943 when the enrollment 
was at its lowest, university juniors learned early to 
take over a diversity of duties in responsible positions. 

Juniors on student council included President 
George Inscho, President-elect Hank Johnston, Edith 
Galloway, Barbara McDowell, John Tilton, Kaye Tolt 
and Agnes Sawyer. Inscho was also president of Blue 
Key. 

In fields other than student government, junior 
class members also shone brightly. Radio workshop, 
headed by George Papp, featured such stars as Edwin 
Suvanto, Ted Baskin, Pepper Gluck and Claude Miller. 
Papp and Suvanto were active in University theater as 
well. 

Publications had Stater Business Manager Clare 
Tonka, who was also K-Vet president. On the editorial 
end were Society Editor Ethel Schirmer; Sports Editor 
Hank Johnston; Greek Columnist Helen Cardinal; 
Beryl Knox, and Edition Editors Kaye Tolt and John 
Thomas. 

However not appearing with the class in this year- 
book are a score of former campus biggies who re- 
turned to the university as juniors at the beginning of 
the winter and spring quarters. 




Pictured here are Jack, Miss Galloway, vice- 
president, Miss McDowell, secretory and 
Evelyn Long, treasurer. 



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MARY LOU 
ASTRUP 



OLGA 
ANTONUK 



IZETTA 
ALLBERY 



AILEEN 
ANDERSON 



MARIE 
BARZAN 



NANCY 
BEIER 



BETTY 
BRIXEY 





HELEN 


ANNE 


NANCY 


MARILYN 


RUTH 


DOROTHY 


JANET 


BEAUMONT 


BORSENBERGER 


BORSENBERGER 


BENTON 


BIXLER 


BAYNES 


BERRY 






I 




CAROL 


GENE 


TED 


GRACE 


PEGGY 


EVELYN 


NELSON 


BRANDT 


BARKER 


BASKIN 


BATZLl 


COOPER 


CEVASCO 


COBB 




DON 


RUSSELL 


HELEN 


BETSY 


CHARLES 


DOLORES 


RICHARD 


CROTTY 


CONSER 


CARDINAL 


CLARK 


KASIK 


COLOMBINE 


CONE 




FRANK 
CARTWRIGHT 



ELEANOR 
Dl MINNO 



CHARLES 
DRAGGA 



MARGARET 
DORNBUSCH 



IRMA 
HENSEL 




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BERTHA 
DIAL 




MARTHA 
DIPPLE 



DORIS 
DAES 



ANNA 
EDWARDS 



JOHN 
ETZ 




BETTY 
FAULDS 



SHIRLEY 
FIELDS 




LOIS 
FEATHERINGHAM 



A 




FREDERICK 
FRANCK 



EMOGENE 
GUISE 



MIRIAM 
GILCREST 



WANDA 
GISINGER 



JAMES 
EVANS 



JAMES 
FLETCHER 




BETTY 
FORD 



ISABELLE 
FLOASIN 



BETTY 
FLEGAL 



EDITH 
GALLOWAY 



PEPPER 
GLUCK 



BARBARA 
GRAFF 



JOHN 
HAWK 




MARGARET 
HANGER 



ALICE 
HUDSON 



GLENNA 
HOPEWELL 



RUTH 
HOWARD 



DORIS 
HARENSKI 



LOUIS 
HRABKO 



ROBERT 
HELMAN 




GEORGE 
INSCHO 



IRVIN 
JOHNSON 



PI J^ 




JOHN 
JACK 



HENRY 
JOHNSTON 



JUNIOB 



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DOLLIE 
JOHNSON 



JANIS 
JAYRED 



GAIL 
JEFFREY 



DOROTHY 
KEYSER 



JAMES 
KINNEY 



ESTELLE PEGGY 

KANE KLEIN 




GLORIA 
KESSLER 



BERYL 
KNOX 



BARBARA 
MCDOWELL 



EVELYN 
LONG 



JOAN 
LUTHY 



SHIRLEY YVONNE 

LEUENBERGER LEWANDOWSKI 





BETTY 
MAURER 



BEVERLY 
MYERS 



DOROTHY 
McMULLEN 



JUNE 
MERIDA 



LEAH 
McMANUS 



CLAUDE 
MILLER 



ELIZABETH 
ONG 




JOHN 
OLSON 



GEORGE 
PAPP 



BETTY 
PRATT 



DOLLY 
PATTERSON 



ESTHER 
PURDY 



ROSEMARY 
RONGONE 



JUNE 
ROESINGER 



5 OF KSU 



^IM 



MARGARET 
ROBINSON 



JOHN 
REYNOLDS 



GRACE 
SEIBERT 



JUNE 
SHRIVER 



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JUNIORS 




ETHEL 
SCHIRMER 



RICHARD 
STALLSMITH 



LOUISE 
SMART 




% 



JOAN 
SHREMP 




BEULAH 
SNOWDEN 



PHYLLIS 
SIMMS 



VIVIAN 
SHINN 



DORIS 
SINKHORN 




AGNES 
SAWYER 




ARLENE 
STERLING 




(lii^ 



EDWIN 
SUVANTO 





L«^^^ 



Hi 






JEAN 


BETTY 


KAYE 


JOHN 


CLARENCE 


MARY 


FREDA 


SIGRIST 


STREETER 


TOLT 


THOMAS 


TONKA 


UNKRICH 


UNTCH 




DONALD 
VARNER 



SHIRLEY 
VOSPER 



VERA 
WAWRIN 



PAULINE 
WILLIAMS 



PATRICIA MILDRED 

WAHL WEEKS 



MILDRED 
WAUKICH 



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RALPH MARGARET 

WILDE WINNINGS 




DOROTHY 
WATSON 



SHIRLEY 
WIRTH 



WALTER 
YANKOVICH 



ANGELINE 
ZIMA 



MATHILDA 
ZIMMERMAN 



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1945 PENNY CARNIVAL 



WITH the newly organized Servicemen's Wives group 
acting as hostesses, the 1945 Penny carnival 
gathered $517 to send Staters to overseas servicemen. Blue 
Key and Cardinal Key sponsored the affair, which included 
movies, skits, sideshows and approximately 50 concessions, 
set up in Wills gym. 

The 1946 carnival, which netted $584, was won by 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Engleman 
Hall who took home golden piggie bank trophies. 





Top — Edwin Suvonto helps hairy-chested Dave Ryan make up. 
Middle — Gammo Sig pins attracted charitable spectotors. 
Bottom — The Black Market flourished openly. 



Top — Turbanned Ted Baskin guards the veiled 

beauty of Civia Berman. 
Middle — Dr. Chopman emerges unscathed from 

the intrigue of the Fun House. 
Bottom- -Swivel-hipped Theta Sigs really shook 

down the customers. 



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CAMPUS PERSON 




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ELRIME CHRMBERLIN 




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GEORGE MUSn 
DOM MOORE 




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GEORGE XNSCWO' 



JQN\E PUSKRU 



CLOY WEST 



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\ EDITH KORTE . -fi 



KRYE TOLT 





KENT STATE STYLE 



• • • 



SOPHOMORES OF KSU . . . 




BUSY sophomores at KSU were on indication of the 
growing tendency for new students to take on their 
share of campus activities. And they not only made 
good workers, but they demonstrated their abilities 
as leaders and organizers. 

Although he was soon advanced to junior standing, 
President Clarence Tonka received the popular vote 
of his class along with Vice-president Fred Ellis, 
Secretary Betty Hoy and Charles West, keeper of class 
funds, who are pictured here. 

Writing reams of copy for the Stater were Janet 
Morrow, Dorothy Shay, Sports Editor Carl Austin, 
Dona Mae Burkhardt, Jean Olson, Jay Gossett, Jeri 
Petzel, Bob Casey and Bob Lengacher, all of whom 
began the year as sophomores. 

On council were Miss Burkhardt, Miss Goncher, 
Miss Petzel and Donna Stouder Keller. Debater 
Jeanne Cook and Drum Majorettes Ruth Cleaver, 
Marilyn Cox and Jessie Gluck were Sophomores. Cal 
Logan led the SSA drive, Wesley foundation, and was 
active in other campus groups. Most Popular Man 
Bill Sullivan was a second-year man, too, as was Burr 
Queen Morylou Valosin. 

There was radio workshop star Felice Faust and a 
flock of sophomore NTFC standouts. Athletes in- 
cluded Jim Clark, Bill Schlemmer, Ellis, big John 
Moore and ace hoopster Bill Sudeck of the Flash cage 
squad. 

It was a versatile class with plenty on the ball. 




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Left to Right — Row 1 — Isia Schnauffer, Jeri Petzel, Eleanore Kneblewicz, Phoebe Steiner. Row 2 — 
Elaine Holburda, Bill Crorey, Jean Blumer, Marilyn Yaxley, Bob Casey, Helen Kolk, Dona Mae Burk- 
hardt. Row 3 — John Vodenichar, James Kanehl, Dean Infield. Top Row — Robert Squires, Romona 
Swaim, Vincent Hudec. 




Freshman aspirants sneoking into the sophomore section are Eva Ollmger and Evelyn Miller, Cloro Mae 
Shebonek and Dorothy Cook, Dorothy Kneubuehl and June Markel, Evelyn Wiegand and Helen Geigel, 
Dorothy Bucey and Margaret Hissem. 



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Left to right, front row^ — Jerry Heintz, Jo Ann Golberach, Marylou Volosin, Marilyn Cox. 

Bock Row — Lynn Frericks, Hazel Himelrigh, Gen Yoder, Violet Miller, Dorothy Ringgold, Shirley Blood. 




Left to right, front row — Carrie Adometz, Ellen Dethloff, Jonell Wise, Lois Allyn, Dottie Clevenger. 
Back Row — Colleen Brand, Phyllis Spillman, Joy Brand, Jean Patterson, Blanche Rumonoski. 



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Top to bottom — Margaret Scullion, 

Beth Slater, Elaine Sparr, Morjorie 

Bamberger, Marion Cole, Eleanor 
Meek. 




5011 




Left to right — Betty Duffner, Miriam 
Pugh, Rello Munteon, June Gill, 
Helen Davis, Betty Harris, Lourice 
Taylor, Jean DeComper, Alice 
Stephens. 



Lett to right — Ruth Purdy, Betty 
Hess, Martha Riley, Audrey Roche, 
Kathleen Vaughn. 



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SPEAKING OF 




While Russ ponders his next move, Mrs. 
O'Conke is probably asking someone, "Are 
you 21?" 



Prentice Gate in- 
terlude. 



Stan Mine is not 
Model Model. 




Arlene Riggle rudely awakens sleeping 
Burr Photographer George Papp. 



Through these portals . 



Cliff Foust entertains — and feeds — the 
Brady clientele. 



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PICTURES.. 




Speaker Moron sets o limit on his discourse 
at the Delto Sigma Pi bonquet. 



If you think three's a crowd, check the lower left. 




Don Crotty relaxes after his spoghetti 
repast. 



Kappa Sig Queen Jean Olson receives 
the plaudits of the gathering. 




It's sure chummy, but Aggie Hort con'l breathe. After three minutes of this they'll oil be back in the Brady. 



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FRESHMEN OF KSU . . 



THE freshman class, always the largest, just grew and grew this 
year, picking up great numbers of veterans with each enrolment. 
With 300 of the 650 frosh voting in the fall election, Frank 
Vendely was chosen class president; Paul Brooks became vice-presi- 
dent; Joe Caplowitz, secretary, and Mary Jones treasurer, pictured 
here. 

Frosh student council posts were copped by Randy Newhouse, 
George Keith, Jean Melick and Joe Caplowitz. Wayne Higley was 
later named to council. 

Frosh talent asserted itself in the annual Freshman frolics and 
carried on from there to hang up a fine record of service to the 
university 

Vendely became business manager of the Kent Stater for the 
spring quarter, summer, and fall of 1946, the first person to ever hold 
the office for three successive terms. 

^^k Freshmen, ordinarily a young and 

inexperienced clan, took over many 
tasks which they carried out in exem- 
plary fashion. The new freshman was a 
man with a wealth of talent, ingenuity, 
incentive and valuable experience in 
many lines. 

The frosh scored huge successes in 
the theater and in university athletics, 
raising the hopes for a topflight grid 
team in the fall. 





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Left to right: Bill Crowl, Kenn Johnson, Bob Kreyssig, Jock Born, Sevan Gouger, Bill Becherer. 



^^^ 



MANY of Kent's best-known and most popular freshmen are not 
pictured on these pages as they enrolled at the beginning of the 
winter or the spring quarters. They were here long enough to moke their 
presence known, however, and participated in many university activities. 

Roy Newsome, director of publicity for most any affair; Bob Duncan, 
now president of the K-vets; Earl Greaves, artist deluxe; Footballers Red 
Henderson, Pete Heller, Mel Diehl, Fats Miller, and a host of others became 
campus figures in a short time. 

Split up more because of the quarter enrolment, the class of '48, '49, 
'50, or whatever year it becomes for the sundry students will make itself 
felt in providing a real postwar enthusiasm and ability for Kent State. 



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Left to right, row 1 ; Rosemory Acierno, Marjorie Melrose. Row 2: Betty Wilson, Bess Constantine. Row 3: Kathleen 
Walters, Phyllis Boli. Row 4: Elaine Boughman, Marilyn Heinle, Row 5: Allene Siegel, Joanne McDowell. 



< 



CLASS 



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Left to right, row 1 : Thekia Dunsha, Clara Perez, Dororhy Wallace. Row 2: Barbara Humphrey, Donna Harris. 
Row 3: Charlene Jones, Hohn Jobes, Dorothy Knopp. Row 4: Walter Kaplan, Bill Hugo. Seated on ledge: 

Larry Stiers, Bob Duncan, Peggy Kinnear. 



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CAMPUS LIFE . . 



RECONVERTING socially, as well as along educational lines, Kent State 
picked up a lot of lost ground by again featuring a "name" bond at 
the Top Hop, and returning many former activities to the calendar. 

Campus life was enriched by the return of the All-Greek dance and the 
New Year's ball — and actually plenty of mole escorts around for each. 

The first Terese Green queenship since 1943 was held and a "Blue- 
Jean Girl" was chosen at the student-faculty box social. Even a model 
model was named for the photography short course. 

Sponsoring the Rowboat regatta and an "Outstanding KSU Mother" 
contest, the Stater encouraged more activities. 

All fraternities returned to increase the number participating in com- 
petitive races, and all Greek organizations held spring formals. 

The school calendar was jammed with parties, dances and contests, 
giving promise that the following year would see a complete return of all 
affairs, such as Homecoming, Pigskin prom. Artists and Models ball, and 
a myriad of new events which are so typically collegiate. 



\ 




55 



Ready for a long stay 



John Tilton finds his work a pleasure. "Dink, fresh?" asks Lydia Mihok. They'll have writer's cramp tomorrow. 



IT'S YOUR T^ T-fc .r^ r>! TT y 



WEEK . . . 



FROSHI 



^RESHMEN at Kent are given a week of their own 
to "get on the ball" and catch the collegiate spirit. 
They ore also subject to catching a little of some- 
thing else from any upperclassmen in the vicinity. 
But, between scrubbing the sacred Prentice gate seal, 
doffing their dinks, singing the beloved "Alma 
Mater," running foolish errands and entertaining 
heartless sophomores, they also find time to dash 
goyiy across the roiling campus, clutching their "K- 
books" and avoiding upperclassmen. They learn to 
Brady-sit and hike in the woods on warm afternoons. 
And they find themselves taking natural pride in 
their university. Those leisurely first few days endow 
new students with a friendly, cheerful outlook toward 
college life at Kent State. 




Top: Vince Spatola's burlesque routine 
almost stopped the show. 

Bottom: Just a couple of the Jones gals 
— Mary and Chcrlene. 



'Information, please. 



Liz Ong lends a hand. 



Just a big bag of wind. 



George Papp shows no mercy. 



Dean Creeroft advises. 



Young visitor looks on, 



Industrious frosh scrubs seal. 



Old roommates reunited. 




Betty Sarff has registration problems. 



Setting up housekeeping. 



Frosh frolic with cheesecake. 



Prentice gate beckons. 



New students meet the boss. 



CAMPUS NIGHT... 




Seated in the traditional convertible, the May queen 
and her attendants led the parade. 




Top — Gomma Sig liberty belles were "wring- 
ing wet before the parade was over. 

Bottom — Sigma Tou Gamma portrayed the re- 
turn of froternities with hilarious mechanized 
float winning honorable mention. 



CAMPUS NIGHT, 1945, was a spirited affair. The 
Germans had capitulated and everything point- 
ed to an early return of normal college days. Emily 
Vincent Willey, of Beta Gamma sorority, was selected 
May Queen, with Tri-Sigs Betty Lee Johnston and 
Amy Lee Stebner as attendants. 

Parade honors went to the Beta Gams, with Sigma 
Tau Gamma and Sigma Sigma Sigma taking honor- 
able mentions. Alpha Omega won the songfest with 
"Dancing in the Dark," while the Tri-Sigs were again 
second. Other parade trophies went to Engleman 
hall and the K-Vets. Olga Antonuk was named K-Vet 
queen. 




Graduate Al Annandono holds the 
bucket, while KMK wife Morilou So- 
wash Collins begins the traditional 
"K" painting. 




AO's also followed a patriotic theme with their match 
folder costumes, calling for a third strike to whip the axis. 



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ALL-GREEK . . . 




Before their sorority banner, AO pledges and actives sing about building green and white castles. 



tfY'''^*ff-¥ 



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she's Sigma Tau's own rose." 



TRADITION returned to KSU in the form of the 
first All-Greek dance since 1942, sponsored by 
Alpha Omega sorority and held at Akron's Mayflower 
hotel. 

All fraternity and sorority members were invited 
to the December 15 formal which honored new AO 
pledges. Intermission entertainment was provided as 
each Greek organization sang its own songs. 

AO social chairman Eileen Smith headed all ar- 
rangements. George Conway's orchestra played for 
the affair. 




Zelma Riley and Joy Doty. Visiting Sigma Nu's Elmer 
Dietz and John Ronnoliy with Jean Olson and Ruth 
Schmidt. The Mayflower wos overflowing with hand- 
some men and beautiful women in oil their finery. 



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Dreamy music, gliding feet and sweet words made the night 
pass swiftly for holf-o-houndred vets and their ladies. 




Ex-GI's didn't mind going 
through the line. 



That's Bill Flannigan in the 

paratrooper's uniform with 

Dorothy McMullin. 



K-VET FORMAL.. 





The presentation. 



A florist's rose. 



Happy couples at the traditional New Year's ball 
inaugurated the school's 1946 social program. 



VETERANS heard Marion Miller's all-girl orches- 
tra swing out in the Moulton music room No- 
vember 2. The New Year's ball, with Patsy Pace 
furnishing the music, featured the presentation of 
Tri-Sig Dixie Grundy as Terese Green queen. Cal 
Logon and Jean Goncher were co-chairmen of the 
dance. 



NEW YEAR'S BALL . . . 



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SADIE HAWKINS 
DANCE ... 



Marryin' Sam weds Mary 
Schenk and her lassoed 
victim, Dick Cone, while 
Social Chairman Don 
M3ore and Lu Heck are 
best man and woman. 




THE annual Sadie Hawkins chase culmi- 
nated on the night of November 17 with a 
costume dance, attended by over 100 couples. 
Surrounded by Dogpatch decorations, Cleve- 
land Plain Dealer Photographer Harold Reb- 
mon, chose Bev Myers and Jay Doty as the 
two dressed most like comic strip characters 
Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner. Mammy and 
Pappy Yokum certificates were given to 
Dorothy Tartara and Bob Walker, while Char- 
lotte Jenkins and Joan McDermott carried off 
Fruitful and Frightful McGulp honors. Bill 
Evans was Hairless Joe; Seena Fox, Injun Joe; 
LaVerne Partridge, Sadie Hawkins; Marge 
Jones, Moonbeam McSwine, and John Etz, 
Marryin' Sam, Bernie May's Moonshiners 
gave the musical background. 



An abundance of Moonbeam McSwines erected 
quite a sensation. Marge Jones, right won 



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The winners pose — Dogpatch sflye — with Judge Harold Rebmon. 




Miss Kent State links arms with 
fiance Bill Crorey. 



Gracious and smiling, she goes to 
her throne. 




Offie and Bill exchange ecstatic glances. 




Party Chairman Bob Moore gives Betty a second bouquet, 
while Council President Inscho looks on. 



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TOP HOP 



JACK TEAGARDEN brought his solid trombone 
and 20 groovy bandsmen into Wills gym on the 
night of January 18 to give KSU its first "name" 
band Top Hop since 1943. 

Feature of the evening was the presentation of 
Betty Offhaus as Miss Kent State. 

Top hat, white tie and tails was the vogue for 
the all-university formal, although many alumni came 
in uniform. 

Don Moore, social committee chairman, arranged 
the dance, and Student Council President George 
Inscho presented Miss Kent State. 

Twenty-year-old Miss Offhaus was elected Miss 
KSU by almost half the student body when it went 
to the polls during the preceding week. A senior in 
the college of education, she was president of Gamma 
Sigma Phi sorority. 



'^fca 




Edith Korte, Chuck Kasik, Ha Beatty and Jim 

Hollinger hold up the wail while catching 

their breaths. 





The huge crowd included many alumni who posed with students before 
the honor roll which bears their names. 



A hep couple, blissfully digging 
Mr. Teogarden. 



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Lone Alpha Psi pledge, Vince Fox, receives the 
best wishes of Theater Manager Arlene Riggle. 




Deeply engrossed. Bill Crorey and Betty 
Offhaus, and Helen Cardinal and 
Carl Ware calmly ignore the cannera. 




Theater biggies gather in the lounge. 



UNIVERSITY theater folk held their annual formal February 
2 in the Moulton hall music room. Besides music by Bob 
Cole's orchestra, the dance featured the awarding of the treater 
membership drive plaque to Alpha Omega sorority, and tapping 
of pledge Vince Fox by Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatics 
honorary. 

Co-chairmen of the affair were Dove Ryan and Edwin 
Suvanto, who achieved an unusual effect with candlelight 
decorations. 



THEATER FORMAL 



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PORK BARREL . . . 



PLAYING before a capacity crowd, the 1946 Pork 
Barrel funfest was capably handled in the masters- 
of-cermonies department by Al Post, Chet Klingen- 
smith and Harold Kelsey. 

Thelma Howe copped the individual award, pre- 
sented by Men's Union President George Papp, for 
her singing of "A Kiss in the Dark" and "I'm Falling 
in Love With Someone." 

Lowry Hall's skit, "Fashion on Review," rated top 
dormitory honors, while Sigma Sigma's presentation 
of "Hobo Joe" took the sorority award. 




"Aha, my proud beauty!" 




Kappa Mu Kappa won in the fraternity division 
with its skit "Bessy May Moocher." 

Winners in 1945, who received their trophies 
during this year's show March 7, included Pi Kappa 
Sigma sorority, Engleman hall. Vocalist Esther Doug- 
lass and the comedy team of Luthy and Lower. 




Bathing queen Angle Zima being surveyed 
by sailors Ann Scott and Amy Stebner. 



Top — M. C. Al Post's pie-throwing gag backfires. 

Bottom — Alpha Omegas gather around the inert "victim" 

on the stretcher. 



Pork Barrel dotes bock to 1910, and its sponsor- 
ship by Men's union and Women's league has been 
a tradition since 1926. 



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Business Manoger Marge Ingham awards 
the 1945 Burr queen trophy. 



No, Editor Juch isn't trying to 
swallow that microphone. 



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Mary Lou's naval escort was by her side in 
her hour of triumph. 



SUSPENSE gripped the Burr dance-goers as they 
awaited announcement of the 1946 Chestnut 
Burr queen. Even Editor Julie Juch didn't know 
the winner's name until the night of the dance. 
Frantic telegrams to Judge Sonny Tufts, in Holly- 
wood, finally brought a telephone coll, revealing 
the winner. It was Mary Lou Volosin! 

Of 53 women entering the contest. Tufts chose 
the top five and finally mode his decision from 
those five. They were Miss Volosin, Aggie Hart, 
Jean Olson, Marge Buchanan and Alice Hudson. 

Bernie May played for the informal occasion 
held February 9. 




Sonny was really on the spot until he picked the 
winner a few hours before the dance. 




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Jchn Fouser, Betty Coolidge, and Barb and Harry 

Daniels await the momentous news. 

An atrium table is the scene of intermission 

conversation. 




B. J. admires her posies while 
Bill looks thoughtful. 



Don Moore presents the bouquet at 
intermission time. 



GEORGE Conway's band played for the in- 
formal Popularity ball, at which "Most 
Popular" choices Betty Jane Shutrump and Bill 
Sullivan were presented. 

Sponsored by the junior, sophomore and 
freshman classes, the annual dance was held 
in Wills gym March 30. The dance was the 
first all-university function for the 700 new 
spring quarter students. 

While Social Chairman Don Moore presented 
Miss Shutrump with flowers. Sophomore Com- 
mittee Chairman Dona Moe Burkhardt gave 
Sullivan a gift from the student body. Other 
chairmen were Wanda Gisinger, from the junior 
class, and freshman Randy Newhouse. 



KMK prexy Roy Apple 
congratulates pledge Sullivan. 




More than 900 voters went to the polls to elect 
this couple "Most populor". 



Fraternity brothers give 
a rousing "Yeo'K'!" 




POPULARITY BALL 



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ALPHA OMEGA 
BETA GAMMA 
GAMMA SIGMA PHI 
PI KAPPA SIGMA 
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 
THETA SIGMA UPSILON 
SIGMA TAU GAMMA 
PHI BETA PHI 
KAPPA MU KAPPA 
DELTA PHI SIGMA 
KAPPA SIGMA CHI 







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UEENSHIPS, the All-Greek and university offices held the spotlight at the AO house 
during 1945-46. 

Alpha Omega beauties included Kappa Sig Sweetheart Jean Olson, photographer's model 
Betty Lou Tuttle, Aggie Hart and Miss Olson in the top five selected by Sonny Tufts for Burr 
queen, and Betty Brown and Miss Olson, chosen for Miss Tuttle's court. 

Besides reviving the traditional sorority-fraternity formal, the AO's entertained at their 
spring formal, pledge dance. Founder's day banquet, houseparties for fraternities and supper- 
parties for patrons. 

President Barbara Berkey served as student council treasurer and chairman of the allo- 
cations committee, along with her duties as treasurer of Pan Hellenic league and a member of 
Cardinal Key. Miss Brown, vice-president of Cardinal Key and a council member, sat on student- 
faculty relations and elections committees. 

University theater troupers included "Snafu" star Janet Gillespie, Lydia Mihok and Joan 
Shremp. Radio workshop dramatics called Dona Mae Burkhardt, Betty Streeter, Miss Shremp 
and Miss Olson. 

Koye Tolt, Janet Morrow, Miss Olson and Miss Burkhardt were staunch members of the 
Stater gang. Miss Tolt, a member of Lambda Phi, Cardinal Key and publications and entertain- 
ment committees, was joined on student council by Miss Burkhardt, who headed the student 
court and the French club, while serving as secretary of the assembly committee and a member 
of the Women's league. Miss Morrow was editor for the French club and Miss Olson played in 
the university band. Other musically inclined AO's included Luzerne Richards, who also belonged 
to the entertainment committee, and Miss Shremp, choir vocalists. 

Morjorie Carder was K-P club president and a member of Kappa Delta Pi. Ruth Schmidt 
was in the latter organization as well as the WAA board. President for 1946-47, Aileen Ander- 
son represented the AO's on the SSA, Mabel Davey was on the student-faculty relations commit- 
tee and Nito Gold was Inter-Religious council representative. 




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Top Row — Delores Bashline, Mabel Dovey, Betty Streeter, Joan Shremp, Mary Lee Myer, Dorothy Anderson. 
Second Row — Joan Poese, Mary Michael, Eleanor Tomasik, Janet Gillespie, Marilyn Morse, Aggie Hart. 
Third Row — Helen Kolk, Jean Olson, Mortha Brandt, Jean Farrell, Nito Gold, Betty Lou Tuttle. 
Fourth Row — Margaret Jones, Nancy Bier, Joon Kemp, Morjorie Corder, Joyce Boyer, Wanda Gisinger. 
Fifth Row — Betty Hess, Jeanne Jacobs, Nancy Arighi, Gloria Lee Neff, Wiimo Feucht, Janet Morrow. 
Sixth Row — Donna May Burkhardt, Eleanor Kolk, Jeanne Cook, Emogene Guise, Ruth Schmidt, Martha R 
Bottom Row — Morjorie Sowash, Eileen Smith, Dona Mae Burkhardt, Patricio Schoefer, Kathleen Vaughan. 




MRS. CHELLA MOORE 
Housemother 




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B. BERKEY 
Pres. 



TORNBERG 
V. Pres. 



L. RICHARDS 
Sec. 



B. BROWN 
Treas. 



Seta ^ am una 



BETA GAMMA sorority enjoyed a busy and eventful year, participating in numerous univer- 
sity activities. 

President Harriet Shobert assisted by Mamie Cavoulas, vice-president; Margaret Wilt, 
secretary; and Mary Lou Astrup, treasurer, led the sorority's various social affairs including 
the "Lollipop hop," the annual dinner dance at Aurora country club. 

Beverly Myers copped triple honors as Daisy Mae on Sadie Hawkins Day, attendant to 
the Model Model, and the May queen court. 

Enid Armstrong had the lead in "No Time for Classes," and for the third straight year, 
Alice Best, Peg Voigt, Irene Leffler and Pat Weltan won the bridge tournament. 

Cheerleaders during the basketball season were Marsha Traxler and Marian Yeager, 
while Marilyn Cox took over as drum majorette. 

Marian Anderson was chosen co-chairman of Campus night activities and Gammas 
were also active in the Cardinal Key, WAA, Women's league, student council, French and HPE 
clubs, university band and choir. Pan Hellenic council, Kent Stater, Psi Chi, Phi Sigma Xi and 
Lambda Phi. 

Kappa Sigma Chi was voted a brother fraternity and new patrons added were Dr. and 
Mrs. Weldon Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Montgomery. 




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Top Row — Eleanor Yuhas, Jean Tedrick, Jean Oddo, Nancy Lambert, Chris Thomas. 
Second Row — Marcia Troxler, Beverly Myers, Marilyn Cox, Mickey Yeoger, Clare Young. 
Third Row — Enaid Armstrong, Liz Ong, Jo Douglass, Peggy Voigt, Betty Harris. 
Fourth Row — Irene Leffler, Margaret Baker, Joan Gunkelmon, Marion Anderson, Lou Smart. 
Bottom Row — Edith Korte, Alice Best. 




MRS. C. DIETERLY 
Housemother 




H. SHOBERT 
Pres. 



M. CAVOULAS 
V. Pres, 



M. WILT 
Sec. 



M. ASTROP 
Trees. 



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MEETING success in many fields this year, the Gamma Sigs found varied interests among 
their members. Their president, Betty Offhaus, set the pace with her presidency of 
Women's league, the 1946 Miss Kent State title, secretaryship of Zeta lota, listing in 
Who's Who and membership in student council. Pan Hellenic council, elections and sorority- 
fraternity policies committees. Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi and the WAA. 

Along the journalistic line, Julie Juch edited the Chestnut Burr, assisted by Helen Cardinal, 
Dorothy Baynes and Ethel Schirmer. Miss Juch and Miss Schirmer were both members of 
Lambda Phi, the latter also being society editor of the Stater and on the NTFC board. Dorothy 
Jones, Isia Schnauffer and Marge Scullion were executives in the WAA, while more than a 
dozen GSP's divided their time between the HPE club and WAA. 

Juanita Wendling and Lou Marco were cheerleaders during the basketball season. Uni- 
versity theater members included Barbara Humphrey, who won the lead in "Snafu," Nancy 
Cash, Bobbie Waldorf, LaRue Gray, Miss Cardinal and Miss Schnauffer. Miss Gray was also 
in the choir. 

Miss Cardinal wrote Greek news for the Stater, Ethelyn Ryder was on Inter-Religious coun- 
cil, Mary Sisler was corresponding secretary for Pan Hellenic council. Donna Keller was elected 
to student council and science students Dorothy Jones and Betty Jean Carlson belonged to Phi 
Sigma Xi. The latter also was a member of Kappa Delta Pi. 

Junior Class Treasurer Evie Long, a member of Women's league, was co-chairman of Pork 
Barrel and the Big Sister-Little Sister tea, besides serving on the social and student-faculty com- 
mittees. 

On the social side, the Gamma Sigs held dinners for their patrons, had informal Sunday 
night parties for fraternities, and besides their traditional Golddigger's dance at Twin Lakes 
country club held their pledge formal at the same place. 

Miss Laura Hill served as advisor to the Gamma Sigs. 




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Top Row — Julie Juch, Helen Cardinal, Ethel Schirmer, Ranky Edwards Greenwald, Betty Jean Carlson, Jean 

Sigrist. 
Second Row — Betty Flegal, Donna Keller, Morion Bruns, Caroline Havre, Peggy Winchell, Margaret Scullion. 
Third Row — Mary Sisler, Noncy Orr, Ruth Purdy, Isia Schnouffer, Jean Fertig, Ramona Swoim. 
Fourth Row — LaRue Gray, Bobbie Waldorf, Barbara Humphrey, Ethelyn Scott Ryder, Mollie Whyte, Grace Podrut. 
Fifth Row — Mary Jones, Chorlene Jones, Betty Reddrop, Phyllis Robbins, Nito Wendling, Betty Candert. 
Bottom Row — Helen Rutkowski, Arlene Sterling, Nancy Cash, Lou Marco, 




MRS. HARRY PARROCK 
Housemother 




BETTY 0FFHAU5 
Pres. 



DOROTHY JONES 
V. Pres. 



EVIE LONG 
Sec. 



D. BAINES 
Treas. 



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pi Hapfia ^i^ma 



PSI chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma celebrated the national educational sorority's 50th anniver- 
sary in a new home, 220 N. Lincoln St., when annual Founder's day rolled around, No- 
vember 17. Besides the usual run of card parties, the Pi Kaps sponsored a pledge banquet 
at Akron's Garden Grill, followed by a theater party February 8 and a formal rush party in dude 
ranch motif November 1 . 

President Agnes Sawyer copped many honors during the year, becoming head of Pan-Hel- 
lenic league, orchestra prexy, a member of student council and was recognized by Who's Who. 

A representative on the Student Service association board and the Inter-Religious council, 
Betty Pratt was active in the Art club and the French club, where she served as secretary- 
treasurer. 

Beryl Knox and Vera Wowrin represented the Pi Kaps on the Kent Stater. Miss Knox 
was a member of Lambda Phi, women's journalism honorary, and the International Relations 
club, while Miss Wawrin was edition manager on the Stater business staff, and served in the 
Student Service association, WAA board and Zeta Iota, women's business and secretarial 
group. 

Social chairman of Phrateres, off-campus house presidents' organization, Anne Domiter 
took port in Newman club activities and was a counselor at Lowry hall. 




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Top Row — Joon Halpin, Vera Wowrin, Lee Jayred, Dorothea Helman, Lorraine West. 
Second Row — Irene Kelbcugh, Mary Louise McCiaren, Anne Domiter, Gay Provo, Velois 

Loudon. 
Bottom Row — Kathryn Wells, Betty Sorff, Margaret Winney, Peg Cooper. 




MRS. McEWAN 
Housemother 




A. SAWYER 
Pres. 



B. PRATT 
V. Pres. 



BEYRL KNOX 
Sec. 



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GH on a windy hill" was the Tri-Sigma's theme song last fail when the women moved 



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The Robin Hood afforded the atmosphere for the Tri-Sig formal rush party with its 
huge 20th anniversary cake. Aurora country club was the site of their spring formal, while 
graduate Doris Diefenbach was chairman of the April 26 Founder's day banquet. 

Successful in inter-sorority competition, Sigma Sigma Sigma copped the Penny carnival 
award for the second year in a row and took the 1946 Pork Barrel trophy. 

Student government girls were Council Secretary Betty Lee Johnston, Vice president Bar- 
bara McDowell, Elaine Chamberlin and Jean Goncher. Miss McDowell was chairman of elec- 
tions committee. Miss Chamberlin on the social committee and Miss Goncher a freshman 
advisor. Class officers were Miss Chamberlin, senior secretary, and Miss McDowell, junior 
scribe. 

Sorority President Chamberlin was also president of the Double-E club and Cardinal Key, 
in addition to being selected for Who's Who and membership in Kappa Delta Pi. 

Busy on publications were Lambda Phi members Marge Ingham and Miss Goncher. 
Chestnut Burr Business Manager Ingham was assisted by Grayce Mays and Jane Filler. Stater 
staff members included Miss Goncher, Shirley Leuenberger and Pot Morgan. 

An Alpha Psi Omega member. Miss Filler had leading roles in two University theater pro- 
ductions and was an active debater. Miss Ingham and Lu Heck belonged to Psi Chi. Other 
members in honoraries were Barbara Graff, Phi Sigma Xi; Marilyn Waltz, Zeta Iota; and Amy 
Lee Stebner, Chi Mu. 

Angeline Zima was Art club president, Dorothy McMullen K-P club secretary, Isobel Shiv- 
ely headed Phrateres, and Lowry hall president and secretary were Virginia Block and Katie 
Hosfeld. Janet Irons and Miss Goncher were first and second vice-presidents of Women's 
league, respectively. Miss Irons, Gladys Ulch Meisel, Miss Ingham and Mrs. Johnston partici- 
pated in Cardinal Key sessions. Miss Leuenberger served the entertainment committee on allo- 
cations, of which Miss Ingham was secretary. 




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Top Row — Mirjam Saukkonen, 
Barbara McDowell, Shirley Wil- 
liams, Betty Gohagan, Barbara 
Stone Daniels, Marilyn Barn- 
hart. 

Second Row — Pepper Gluck, Mari- 
lyn Waltz, Kathleen Long, 
Angelina Zima, Izetta Allbery, 
Doris Peterson. 

Third Row — Janet Irons, Becky 
Taylor, Margaret Dornbusch, 
Gretchen Wagoner, Shirley 
Leuenberger, Marilyn Yaxley. 

Fourth Row — Lu Heck, Amy Lee 
Stebner, Kathryne Hahn, Ethel 
Johnson, Groyce Mays, Ruth 
Hoehn. 

Fifth Row — Nelle Vollandinghom, 
Ann Scott, Jeanne Corey, Ruth 
Smith, Shirley Wirth, Isobel 
Shively. 

Sixth Row — Gladys Ulch Meisel, 
Pot Paul, Barbara Graff, Betsy 
Fish, Mercedes Sanchez, Jean 
Goncher. 

Seventh Row — Laura Bannon, 
Louise Williams, Angeline Be- 
lew. Pot Morgan, Virginia 
Khoenle, Janet Beottie. 

Bottom — Wondo Pyle. 




HAZEL MORGAN 
Housemother 




E. CHAMBERLIN 
Pres. 



D. GRUNDY 
V, Pres. 



D. MCMULLEN 
Sec. 



M. INGHAM 
Treas. 



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EDUCATION seemed to be the theme of Theta Sigma Upsilon this year, with five members 
in the K-P club, four in the Elementary Education club, and Zelma Riley, Lois Featheringham 
and Grace Batzli members of Kappa Delta Pi, national education honorary. Six Theta Sigs 
also devoted time to Wesley foundation work, while eight took part in YWCA activities and 
another half-dozen were WAA members. 

Choristers in the national educational sorority were Betty Hoy, Leah McManus and Audrey 
Kane. Jean Melick, Peggy Jo King and Jeanne Kuntzleman represented the sorority in the band. 

In campus politics, the Theta Sigs backed Miss Hoy, sophomore class secretary, and Miss 
Melick, student council representative. Vice-president Riley was Pan-Hellenic league repre- 
sentative, Janell Wise an SSA member and Miss Hoy in Phi Sigma Xi. 

Presidents in the group included Sally Smith, head of Zeta Iota, and Miss Batzli, French 
club president. Miss Hoy, Kay Atsaroff, Terry Pugliese and Harriette Russell were Lowry 
hall counselors, while others belonged to the HPE club and radio workshop. 

Sorority Prexy Edith Galloway was cited by Who's Who. 

The Gay Nineties were featured at the formal rush party this year. New patron and 
patroness for the Theta Sigs were Prof, and Mrs. Caro Carapetyan. 




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Top Row — Betty Hoy, Jonell Wise, Donna Cover, Leah McManus, Ruth Ann Cleaver, Horriette Russell, 
Second Row — Audrey Kona, Jean Troyon, Peggy Jo King, Mary Sigle, Jean Glaze, Jeanne Kuntzleman. 
Third Row — Dorothy Clevenger, Mildred Waukich, Jean Melick, Lee Casto, Lois Allyn, Kay Atsoroff. 
Fourth Row — Lois Feotheringhom, Theimo Hilbig, Terry Pugliese, Vivion Shinn, Sally Smith, Martha Dippel. 
Bottom — Olive Mae Cleaver. 




MRS. ALICE VAUGHN 
Housemother 




E. GALLOWAY 
Pres. 



Z. RILEY 
V. Pres. 



M. EVERT 
Sec. 



G. BATZLI 
Treos. 



^i^nta T^u ^atntna 



SIGMA Tau Gamma, Kent's only national fraternity, became known as the "President's Club" 
as members walked off with the majority of top campus positions. The fraternity won 
first place in fraternity intramurals and the Pennv carnival, tied for the interfraternity 
athletic trophy, and copped c\r\ honorable mention in Campus night parading. 

Among BMOC's was Don Moore, fraternity president during the first half-year, who served 
as senior class president, vice-president of Blue Key, chairman of the important university social 
committee, a MU board member and Newman club officer, and was elected to Who's Who 
for the second year. 

Junior Class President John Jack was a member of Blue Key, Stater dirt columnist, MU 
treasurer, belonged to Phi Sigma Xi, headed the Campus night arrangements and was mentioned 
in Who's Who. 

Sophomore Class President Clarence Tonka was K-Vet prexy, while Bob Duncan will head 
the veterans' group next year. Tonka, a member of Delta Sigma Pi business honorary, was 
Stater business manager and is 1947 Burr financial chief. 

Hank Johnston, versatile journalism major, was Stater business manager and served as 
Stater and Burr sports editor. Duchess editor and publicity bureau writer, was a member of 
Chi Pi and publications policy committee, and edited the basketball tournament programs. 
Widely known as the university sandwich man, he served on student council and was elected 
president of the student body for 1946-47. He also served as a member of Blue Key, the 
K-Vets, and athletic finance and sorority-fraternity policy committees. 

Other Blue Key members were Jim Hewitt, Carl Austin, John Thomas, Ray Gallagher and 
Dick Russel who was secretary of the honorary. 

Gallagher won the annual Engleman award for superior achievement in writing. Austin 
was Stater sports editor and allocations committeeman. Thomas was associate Burr editor. Stater 
edition editor, president of journalism student body and Duchess staff member. He shared 
gossip column writing with Bill Lyon, who became president of Psi Chi, psychology honorary, 
and was elected to student council. 

YMCA President Dussel listed the choir, Phi Alpha Theta and athletic policy committee 
among his activities. Chi Pi member Bob Kenyon was named 1946-47 Duchess editor. 

Athletic Gammas included basketballers Jim Clark, Jim Beachy, Fred Ellis and Ted Phillips. 
Gene Glass starred in national wrestling with a fourth in the NCAA and second in the national 
AAU, after copping the top Ohio AAU title. 




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Top Row — John Boesch, Bob Ginther, Walt Shilling, Milt Boer, Jim Hewitt. 

Second Row — Don Crotty, R. Donald Moore, Jim Clerk, Gene Schmiedl, Donald A. Moore. 

Third Row — Col Logan, Ray Looper, Art Henry, Bill Crowl, Dick Dussel. 

Fourth Row — John Hawk, Roger Francy, John Jack, Wally Keller, Nelson Osborne. 

Fifth Row — Gay Curtice, Carl Austin, Clarence Tonka, John Thomas, Greg Ney. 

Bottom Row — Fred Ellis, John Tilton, Howard Netzley, Bob Durivoge, Bob Kenyon. 




MRS. M DOOLITTLE 
Housemother 




K, RICKARD 
Pres. 



R. GALLAGHER 
V. Pres. 



E. HARSA 
Sec. 



J. BEACHY 
Treas. 



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phi Seta phi 



KENT'S youngest fraternity, Phi Beta Phi, was the second to reactivate following the war 
intermission when several former members returned from service. The old Tri-Sig house 
on E. Main st. was opened in January as the fraternity house, and several large pledge 
chapters swelled the membership to prewar standards. 

Jim Rhodes was elected president; Frank Badger, vice-president; Charles Milhalki, secre- 
tary, and Ralph Wilde, treasurer. The group took an active part in many campus activities 
with Alvin Geitgey serving as next year's Burr editor, Harlan McGrail on the art committee, 
Emil Gupko and Donald Warner on the Stater business staff, George Lintner in the Newman 
club, Charles Milhalki on International Relations council, and Jim Rhodes as vice-president of 
interfraternity council. 

The fraternity entered all the intramural athletic competitions and presented attractive 
floats in the Campus night parade. Many of the members were active in the K-Vets and in 
campus politics. 

With their house now in excellent shape, and with a large membership, the Phi Beta Phi's 
are laying plans to make 1946-47 the most noteworthy year in their young history. 




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Top Row — Frank Badger, Jim Fletcher, Harlan McGrail, Bill French. 
Second Row — Jack Cobb, John Hudson, George Lintner, Bob Hostetler. 
Bottom Row — Pompil Musat, Charles Miholko, Ted Baskin. 




MRS. PARKINSON 
Housemother 




A. GEITGEY 
Pres. 



R. WALLIS 
V. Pres. 



R. WILDE 
Sec. 



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CELEBRATING the 15th anniver- 
sary of its founding with a spring 
formal dinner-dance at Breathnach 
Country club on May 24, Alpha Phi 
Beta prepared for a year of new 
successes. Small but mighty, the 
Beta's had proved themselves a top 
organization since their reactivation 
in January. 

Bidding for a standout spot among 
athletic fraternities, the Beta's took 
honors in intramurals and listed among 
their members several potential var- 
sity sports figures. 

Clay West, graduating senior, re- 
ceived a berth on the all-Ohio basket- 
ball squad, having been a varsity 
eager for three years. 




Top Row — William Moritz, William Krebs, John Kelly, Clarence Cole. 
Bottom Row — Steve Byrnes, James McPherson, Fred Holzhauser, Clayton 
West. 




W. KERRIGAN 
Pres. 



PAUL PIEPER BOB HARTMAN MARLIN MACK 
V. Pres. Sec. Trees. 




Other active Beta's were Ed Sien- 
nicki, band and orchestra musician, 
who was a Blue Key member and dis- 
played his talents in NTFC. Carl 
Thomas was a member of Phi Alpha 
Theta, history honorary. 

President Bud Kerrigan, who was 
tapped by Blue Key, showed leadership 
in the Newman club and as a member 
of the social committee. He was also 
corresponding secretary of Interfra- 
ternity council. 

Looking forward to a strong year in 
1946-47, Alpha Phi Beta members 
laid plans for opening a fraternity 
house. 



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Ha^fia ^iffiia Chi 




Top Row — Charles McCloskey, Warren Sinkhorn, Joe Sarmir, Jack Single. 
Second Row — George Papp, Larry Souber, Marvin Sommers, Bob Stalzer. 
Bottom Row — Art Seyler, John Kocher. 




C. KASIK 

Pres. 



W. HOLMES 
V. Pres. 



O. MAXWELL 
Sec, 



SHOWING great promise for the 
coming year. Kappa Sigma Chi ad- 
vanced rapidly during the six months 
following its reactivation in January, 
1946. With the return to campus 
of Joe Sarmir and Walt Holms, presi- 
dent and vice-president in 1942, for- 
mer Treasurer Chuck Kasik, and Otis 
Maxwell, the fraternity took the lead 
in many university activities. 

Winners in the Campus night pa- 
rade and a close second in the song- 
fest, the Kappa Sigs were popular 
choices. 

The "Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma 
Chi" title, established in 1940, was 
bestowed on Jean Olson, Alpha Ome- 
ga, when the fraternity held its tradi- 
tional sweetheart dance at Twin Lakes 
country club, March 27. Aurora coun- 
try club was the scene of the Kappa 
Sig Spring formal June 1. 

Blue Key members Maxwell and 
George Papp served as Chestnut Burr 



photographers, while Papp was also 
radio workshop and Men's union presi- 
dent and active in University theater. 
Among new pledges were men promi- 
nent in athletics, politics, music and 
social activities. 

In the absence of a suitable fra- 
ternity house, dinner meetings were 
held at the Robin Hood. Plans were 
made to occupy a house as soon as 
possible. 




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REACTIVATING at the start of the winter quarter, Delta Phi Sigma laid claim once more 
to the title "Kent State's athletic fraternity." Cage Star Bill Sudeck broke all existing 
individual basketball scoring records. Doyle Shumaker was also among leading scorers. 
Several members were outstanding in spring football practice, being considered first string 
material for Trevor Rees' first grid team at KSU. 

The Delts' athletic tendencies proved worthwhile in the revived Rowboat regatta classic, 
which they won hands down. 

Members held office in every men's organization on campus. George Inscho was president 
of Blue Key, being re-elected for 1946-47. He was president of student council, treasurer of 
Phi Alpha Theta, as well as a member of Kappa Delta Pi and the Men's union executive board. 
Oliver Ocasek was Phi Alpha Theta president, head of Pi Kappa Delta, director of student 
forensics, secretary of Blue Key and a member of the MU board, varsity debate team and the', 
social committee. Other Blue Key wearers were Wallace Stroud and Claude Miller. 

Bob Moore was president of Interfraternity council and headed the Coalition party while 
the Delts belonged to that organization. They later were instrumental in forming the Blue 
and Gold party. 

Bob White was chairman of Inter-Religious council and played the lead in "Snafu." John 
Fouser and John Etz were president and vice-president of the K-Vets. Wayne Higley, Randy 
Newhouse and Joe Caplowitz served on council. Bob Wentz co-authored "Put It There," a 
Stater dirt column. 

The Scummer's Hop was given at Twin Lakes country club by the pledge chapter April 5, 
while the spring formal was held in Cleveland May 1 1 at swank Wade Park Manor. 




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Top Row — Harm Traxler, Bill Wolf, Bob Helmcn, Charles Draggo, Cliff Foust. 
Second Row — Jay Doty, John Fouser, Fred Baker, Ed Miller, Tony Misko. 
Third Row — Jack Shirillo, Mike Sitko, Dick Schwabe, Frank Cartwrgiht, Bill Sudeck. 
Fourth Row — Bob Wentz, Doyle Shumaker, Randy Newhouse, George Inscho, Bob White. 
Bottom Row — Charles Petty, Wayne Higley. 




R. MOORE 
Pres. 



C, MILLER 
V. Pres. 



W. STROUD 
Sec. 



J. ETZ 
Trees. 



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Hafipa tlHu Hapfta 



WITH the ancient cry of "Yea 'K' " and the sign of the skull and crossbones, Kent's oldest 
fraternity returned to the campus at the beginning of the winter quarter. Leading all 
other fraternities in winter pledging, Kappa Mu Kappa added 17 names to its roster and 
later added many more to become one of the largest fraternities on campus. 

Pledges and actives combined in March under the able direction of Jim Bullock to win the 
fraternity award for Pork Barrel. Art Kreager, Buck Koptain and Wally Krivoy held the leads, 
while Bullock created a monster out of Bob Casey by the apt use of makeup. 

Bill Sullivan, while still a pledge, was elected "Most Popular Man" after a colorful campaign 
put on by Roy Newsome. 

"No Time for Classes" lead was copped by Russ Gillis, with Mike Friedland producing the 
show. NTFC also gave prominence to such names as Dan McGuire, Bob Lengacher, Bullock 
and Bob Stevenson. 

Stevenson and Bullock also played roles in the UT production, "Snafu." Len Stafany was 
active in Frosh frolics 

Roy Apple and Tom Gavagan helped Reactivate Chi Pi, men's journalism honorary, and 
Gavogon was named editor of the Stater. Other KMK's seen frequently in the Stater office 
were Gossip Columnist Stan Mine, Jay Gossett, Casey, Lengacher, Gillis, Apple and Benny 
Sollitto. 

Eleven more Kamuks returned to campus with the spring quarter, including several former 
athletes, who joined the spring football squad in hopes of varsity berths in the fall. Les Roth 
and Duone Hague again worked out on the wrestling mots, while "Bo" Frank served on the 
athletic committee. 

George Metea served as president of the Spanish club before being chosen by his selective 
service board. Spring elections gave student council posts to Apple and Tom Davey. 

Other spring victories included a tie for the interfraternity athletic lead and the Campus 
night songfest. Painting the "K" and electing a K-Girl on Campus night, as well as the spring 
formal, helped return tradition to the university agendo. 




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Top Row — Bill Sullivan, Bob Stevenson, Les Roth, Basil Kaptain, Wilbur Schneider. 
Second Row — Leonard Stefany, Tom McGinley, Art Kreoger, Jock Britt, Benny Sollitto. 
Third Row — Jim Frank, Jimmie Bullock, George Metea, Duane Hague, Stan Mine. 
Fourth Row — E. W. Tischendorf, Dr. A. S. Roberts, Dwight Follin, Bob Casey, Bob Jones. 
Bottom Row — Dan Cavanaugh, Jim Thierry. 




ROY APPLE 
Pres. 



RUSS GILLIS 
V. Pres. 



TOM GAVAGAN 
Sec. 



LOU BOFFO 
Treas. 



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helta ^i^jfna Pi 



WITH the return to the campus 
of three former members dur- 
ing the winter quarter, Delta Sigma 
Pi, national commerce fraternity, was 
reactivated. 

John Boesch took office as head- 
master, with Alvin Geitgey serving as 
scribe and Robert Culver as treasurer. 

The fraternity held a banquet for 
business students at Twin Lakes coun- 
try club during the spring and 16 men 
were pledged shortly after. 

Scholarship in commercial courses 
as well as leadership in any phase of 
the business field at Kent is the basis 
for membership in the fraternity. 
Raymond Moron, commerce instruc- 
tor, served as advisor to the group 
which includes many faculty members 
in the business departments. 




A.k. 



Top Row — Clarence Tonka, Prof. Anthony, Claude Miller, Bob Hostetler. 
Second Row — Joe Caplowitz, Frank Vendely, Prof. Kochenderfer, Jay Doty. 
Third Row — Leroy Owens, Prof. Mull, DeWitt Cox, Harlan McGrail. 
Fourth Row — Irwin Newhouse, Russ Willord, Prof. Wilber, Bob Williams. 
Bottom Row — Bob Helmon. 





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A. GEITGEY 


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Treas. 



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ACTIVITIES... 



EVERY student at Kent State can find some interest in his chosen field 
onnong the diverse extra-curricular organizations on campus. Whether 
his line be education, business, fine arts, religion, writing or dramatics, the 
student has inumerable opportunities to develop hobbies or special talents, 
or to pursue his course of study to greater advantage. 

Besides the clubs and groups associated with university departments, 
there are service organizations and honoraries which play on important 
part in campus functions. 

These activities give their members valuable experience in getting 
along with others, and bind the ties of student fellowship. It is within 
every Kent Stater's grasp to "belong" and derive pleasure from his partici- 
pation in the outside activities which are an integral part of the liberal 
education offered at KSU. 

A tribute to the democracy of the university is the fact that everyone 
can find his niche in the fertile field of campus activities. 




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The bond entertains at o home basketball game. 



LJEADED by Ed Sieniecki, president, the univer- 
sity band had a well-rounded year participating 
in two concerts, several school and town parades, 
and playing for the home basketball games as 
well as the spring football contest. 

Mike Friedland served as president during 
part of the year with Shirley North and Dorothy 
Wildman sharing the librarian's job. 

Prof. Roy Metcalf was the faculty director. 




Halftime at the spring football contest. 



UNIVERSITY BAND . . . 



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A CAPELLA CHOIR... 



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Softer, softer . 



THE 65 voice A Capella choir led by Care Carapet- 
yan had a productive year singing over three major 
radio hookups and appearing in many Ohio cities, 
besides performing at numerous school functions. 

The group sang over WTAM, Cleveland, WHBC, 
Canton, and WSNJ, Youngstown, and appeared at 
Massillon, Warren, Wadsworth and Wooster in 
concerts. 

With 45 women and 20 men in the '45-46 choir, 
plans have been made to increase next year's group 
to more than 100 and various concerts have been 
proposed. 




All dressed up and reody to sing. 



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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



• • 




\A/ITH service as its keynote, 
"" Cardinal Key, women's na- 
tional honor society, donated to 
the Student Service drive, backed 
a student-faculty box social and, 
with Blue Key, sponsored the 
Penny carnival and Campus 
night. 

Tapping new members at two 
assembly programs, XIardinal Key 
began the year notably and fin- 
ished with bridge party and 
service as guides on examination 
day. 

President Elaine Chamberlin 
was assisted by Vice-president 
Betty Brown, Treasurer Josephine 
MacDonald and Marian Ander- 
son, secretary. 



. . . LA TERTULIA 



AMONG the newer clubs to 
'^ grace the campus is the 
Spanish group, "La Tertulia," 
organized during the fall quarter. 
First president was George 
Metea, with Nancy Paxton, vice- 
president; June Derks, secretary, 
and Jean Tedrick, treasurer. 
New officers chosen in the spring 
were: Miss Derks, vice-president. 
Secretary Felice Faust, and Ruth 
Baker, treasurer. 

A Spanish table luncheon 
meeting at which everyone spoke 
only in Spanish was a novel 
feature arranged by sponsors 
Dr. F. Dewey Amner and ProP. 
Nicola Cerri. 




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. . . CARDINAL KEY 




I INDER the guidance of Presi- 
^ dent Elaine Chamberlin Car- 
dinal Key, women's honorary, 
carried on many functions during 
the year including the traditional 
Campus night. 

Scholarship, character, end 
leadership are the qualifications 
for membership in the honorary. 

The group also co-sponsored 
the Penny carnival and took 
charge of the May queen crown- 
ing. 



ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• • 



\A/ITH officers' Morjorie Cor- 
"'der, Charlotte Carson, Betty 
Maurer and Marie Lorson at the 
helm, the Elementary Education 
club had smooth sailing during 
the year and was responsible for 
the fine vittles at many school 
affairs. 

The freshman get-together in 
October, the Christmas party, 
the children's May party, the 
graduation dinner and the 20th 
anniversary dinner were among 
the functions aided by the group. 




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KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY . . . 




C ENDING Christmas boxes to a children's school 
In the Kentucky mountains and making toys for 
displaced youngsters in Europe were two of the 
Kindergarten-Primary club's projects this year. 

Social activities included a May party for chil- 
dren and teas and parties honoring new K-P majors, 
the club's 18th anniversary, sponsor G. Hazel Swan's 
20th year at KSU, and a dinner for graduates. 

The club, whose new official title is Association 
for Childhood Education, was led by President Mar- 
jorie Carder, Vice-president Charlotte Carson, Dor- 
othy McMullin, secretary, and Treasurer Marie 
Lorson. 



The KSU toy factory at work. 




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I JNDER the guidance of Dr. A. 0. De- 
Weese and Prof. George Altman, the 
H.P.E. club spread the gospel of clean 
living through health once again at the 
university. 

Open to all H.P.E. majors, the club 
served as an integrating organization in 
the promotion of various sports events. 
Future coaches and gym teachers re- 
ceived additional training from associ- 
ation with others in their field. 

The annual spring H.P.E. picnic was 
held in June. 




. H. P. E. CLUB 



THE HOME Economics club wafted the 
odor of good cooking through universi- 
ty halls, made popcorn balls for the 
basketball games, entertained the re- 
gional economics conference and spon- 
sored a Christmas dinner during the 
year. 

Chairman Beach, president; Jean 
Rouse, vice-president; Alice Alert, cor- 
responding secretary; Irma Hensel, sec- 
retary; and Margaret Baker, treasurer, 
led the group. 




. . . HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



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BLUE KEY . . 




D LUE KEY, national men's service honorary, was led 
during the year by President George Inscho, Vice- 
president Don Moore, Treasurer Dick Dussel and Sec- 
retary Oliver Ocasek. 

Members who aided the group in sponsoring 
Campus night and other functions included: Hank 
Johnston, John Thomas, George Papp, Dave Ryan, 
Claude Miller, John Jack, Duane Hague, Vincent Fox, 
Ed Sieniecki, and Wally Stroud. 

Bud Kerrigan, Russ Baird, Glenn Keplinger and 
Jim Hewitt were spring additions to the fraternity. 



Officers Dussel ond Inscho talk things over. 




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PSI chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, national history 
honorary, aims to increase knowledge of history 
among its members, who are chosen on the basis of 
high academic standing and interest in the subject. 

Oliver Ocosek headed the group, aided by Vice- 
president Betty Wilson, Marcelleen Riley, secretary, 
and Treasurer George Inscho. 

Other members of Phi Alpha Theta were Dick Dus- 
sel, Juanita Huth, Carl Thomas, Alice Best, Eugene 
Wise, Eleanor DiMinno, Margaret Winings and Frank 
Cartwright. Faculty advisor for the honorary is Dr. 
Gertrude Lawrence. 

The local chapter was installed in 1938. 




Officers Ocasek, Wilson and Inscho. 



. . . PHI ALPHA THETA 



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r^ELTA Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, 
national education honorary was led 
by Lorraine Shumway during the year. 

The group, drawn from education 
students with a 3 point average, spon- 
sored the annual scholarship tea once 
again as well as presenting speakers for 
education meetings. 

Dr. Heer, Dr. Van Campen, Dean 
Musselman, Dr. Stewart and Dean Blair 
served as honorary members and ad- 
visors. 



KAPPA DELTA PI . . . 



I AMBDA PHI, women's honorary 
journalism fraternity, had a busy 
year furnishing guides for the short 
course, assisting with high-school 
journalism day, and preparing the 
student directory which received wide 
sale. 

Norma Knisely took time off from 
her Stater editorship to serve as presi- 
dent while Burr-head Julie Juch and 
Helen Benton were vice-president and 
secretary respectively. 




. . . LAMBDA PHI 



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I JNDER the guidance of Miriam Jessel, 
president; John Hawk, vice-president; 
Carol Brandt, secretary, and Mercedes 
Sanchez, treasurer, the International Re- 
lations club attended two college confer- 
ences and carried on social events at the 
university. 

Esther Purdy was elected corresponding 
secretary of the national group sponsored 
by the Carnegie institute. Dr. Wm. 
Meinke served as club advisor. 




. . . INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 




THE Student Forensic association 
sponsored many intercollegiate de- 
bates against Ohio colleges as well as 
assisting in the high school clinic held 
in December. 

Oliver Ocasek served as chairman 
of the group with Prof. James Holm 
as faculty advisor. 

Dave Ryan was allocating agent. 



STUDENT FORENSICS . . . 



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PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE . . . 



/^UIDING the destiny of campus publi- 
cations once again was the student- 
faculty publications policy committee. 
Alfred A. Crowell former acting head of 
the school of journalism presided as 
chairman until William D. Taylor re- 
turned to his post at the start of the 
spring quarter. 

Dr. Lester Munzenmayer and Profes- 
sors Leiand Whetten and Chester Satter- 
field were other faculty members, while 
students Hank Johnston, Kaye Tolt, 
Eileen Warren Miller end Norma Knisely 
served until May. 




PSI CHI . . . 




DEG VOIGHT was elected president 

and Wallace Stroud took over the 

duties of secretary-treasurer of the 

psychology national honorary society. 

During the year the group spon- 
sored outstanding speakers who ap- 
peared before the student body and 
frequently held luncheon meetings. 



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. . PHI SIGMA XI 




PRESENTING an open house May 4, Phi 
Sigma Xi, national science honorary, 
brought attention to the various fields of 
chemistry, physics, biology and mathe- 
matics offered by the university. 

President Warren Bendel served all year, 
assisted by Ingrid Tornberg Vantrease as 
vice-president until March, when Pauline 
Williams took that office. Mary Ann 
Werner was secretary and Frances Hindley 
treasurer. Advisors for the group, open to 
all science majors, were Dr. Charles B. Sum- 
ner, Dr. Will S. Thompson and John Kaiser. 

Guest speakers furnished part of the 
program this year. 



. . . PHRATERES 



\A/ITH many off-campus housing prob- 
lems to solve, Phrateres, an orgoniza- 
tion of house presidents, met under the 
guidance of Dean of Women Ada V. 
Hyatt and President Isobel Shively. 

The group, designed as a social plan- 
ning board, was served by Vice-president 
Alice Alert, Secretary Betty Pratt and 
Shirley Wolf, treasurer. 




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^^PEN to all interested university men, the Young 
Men's Christian association sponsored social ac- 
tivities, picnics, hay rides and discussion groups dur- 
ing the year. 

Heading the 60 members were Dick Dussel, presi- 
dent; Co! Logan, vice-president; Chuck Lehman, 
treasurer, and Jim Beachy, secretary. 

Dean Raymond Manchester is advisor to the group 
and supervised the bi-weekly meetings. 



Officers Dussel and Logan. 




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Y. W. C. A. 




P\RAWING university women together in a 

Christian way of living, the YWCA helped 

make dolls for a mission, held a Christmas 

party and ran a white gift offering this year. 

Officers for 1945-46 included President 

Mary Unkrich, Vice-president Betty Maurer, 

Betty Wilson, Secretary, and Alice Alert, 
Treasurer 

Faculty members were guest speakers at 
meetings. Representatives were sent to a 
combined YWCA-YMCA conference at Bluff- 
ton college. 

Social chairman was Norma Knisely and 
Women's league representative was Janet 
Irons, while faculty wives Mrs. John Blair, 
Mrs. Michael Radock and Mrs. Edward Pake 
advised the group. 




The officers talk it ove 



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THE NEWMAN club is an organization 
which seeks to promote fellowship 
among Catholic students at the univer- 
sity. It is open to any Catholic attend- 
ing school. 

Led by President Betty Shutrump, the 
group sponsored dances, picnics, guest 
speakers and discussion panels during 
the year. 

Father Lucas served as advisor and 
assisted in bringing other priests as 
speakers. Prof. George Altman was the 
faculty member. 



The officers and advisors plan the agenda. 



NEWMAN CLUB 



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MEN'S UNION 



KylEN'S union is an organization of winich 
every male student automatically becomes 
G member upon entering school. It serves to 
promote good will and fellowship among men 
on campus. 

Two representatives from each class and 
three appointed men serve on the MU board 
which governs activities. 

MU sponsored the Christmas ball, Pork bar- 
rel and various men's banquets. George Papp, 
president; Ed Suvanto, vice-president; Ted 
Phillips, secretary, and John Jack, treasurer, 
were officers during the year. 

Dean Manchester is the faculty advisor. 




'Wag" has much to soy at MU bonquet. 




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STUDENT SERVICE . . . 



/^RGANIZED to coordinate all charity 
^^drives on campus, the Student Service 
association this year sponsored a cam- 
paign to raise money for the Red Cross, 
tuberculosis fund, infantile paralysis re- 
lief, cancer research and the World Stu- 
dent Service fund. 

Headed by Chairman Cal Logan, the 
group, formerly the Office of War Activ- 
ities, carried on a drive from February 18 
to March 18, beginning with a student 
assembly. 

Josephine MacDonald was secretary 
for the organization, made up of rep- 
resentatives from every campus group, 
while John Etz served as treasurer. Pro- 
ceeds were divided equally among the 
five charities. 




WOMEN'S LEAGUE . . . 




EDITH GALLOWAY, president led 
Women's league during the year. 
The group, consisting of represent- 
atives of all campus women, assist- 
ed in many functions besides spon- 
soring the "big sister" tea early in 
the year. 

Dean Hyatt served as faculty ad- 
visor and officers and representa- 
tives were elected from the female 
student body. 



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INTRA-FRAT COUNCIL . . . 




''QREEK frolics," first inter- 
fraternity dance since 1943, 
was held in February at Akron's 
Portage hotel, with all six fraterni- 
ties reactivated. 

Dean of Men Raymond E. Man- 
chester was advisor for the govern- 
ing body, which approves pledging 
procedures and interfraternity com- 
petition and awards the scholastic 
cup. The president of each frater- 
nity and another member make up 
the council roster. 



ZETA IOTA 



• • 



7ETA IOTA, women's business 
honorary, laid plans for joining 
a national business honorary besides 
carrying on a program of entertain- 
ment and informative discussions. 

Betty Offhaus, president; Marilyn 
Waltz, treasurer, and Peg Kepner, 
secretary, led the 10 members dur- 
ing the year. 

Miss Lewis and Miss Plescher 
served as honorary members and 
faculty advisors. 

The honorary held dinner meet- 
ings in Akron as well as picnics and 
forums at the university. 





This could be 
the Andrew sisters. 



''QN the AIR" was the signal flashed 
every Saturday morning by the 
Kent State radio workshop as studio 
broadcasts were wired from the univer- 
sity to WAKR in Akron and then trans- 
mitted over regular outlets. 

George Papp, president; Ed Suvanto, 
vice-president; Felice Faust, secretary; 
Claude Miller, treasurer; Lee Shenefield, 
scripts; Fred Baker, publicity, and Opal 
Boffo, director, were in charge of the 
workshop's program during the year. 



RADIO 

WORKSHOP 



Suvanto and two midgets. 




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The dream sequences from 
"Enchanted Cottage." 



Two scenes from the tender "Enchanted Cottage." 



UNIVERSITY 

THEATRE 



I JNIVERSITY theater players presented 
three programs, one in each quarter, 
and had a different director for each. 

E. Turner Stump was head man when 
UT put on "BIythe Spirit" during the fall 
term. Opal Boffo directed "Enchanted 
Cottage" in the winter quarter and G. 
Harry Wright returned from service in 
the spring in time to present "Snafu." 

Arlene Riggle and Felice Faust served 
as theater managers with Miss Riggle 
handling allocating duties as well. 

Members who had leading roles in the 
three plays include Miss Faust, Miss 
Riggle, Dave Ryan, Ed Suvanto, Bob 
Smiley, Jane Filler, Glenn Keplinger, 
Barbara Humphrey, Bob Stevenson, Jo 
MacDonald, Maxine Evelyn and Oliver 
Ocasek. 




Making up and rehearsing take much of on actor's time. 



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W. A. A. . . . 



"The Woman's Athletic association was headed by Edith Korte and Betty Foulds who split the 
' presidential duties during the year. Margaret Robinson served as secretary during the 
spring term after Janet Irons, who held the post, was graduated. Sis Lewandowski was 
secretary. 

Theme of the WAA playday was a United Nations background. More than 350 high- 
school girls attended the playday and used university facilities to play volleyball, baseball and 
basketball. Swimming, relay races and group games also were enjoyed by the young visitors. 

WAA aided in returning the Rowboat regatta and a WAA boat "womanned" by Doby 
Green and Sis Lewandowski finished first in the independent women's division. 

Ditto Wilkes had a regular column on the Kent Stater sports page about women's ath- 
letics. Many tournaments and matches were run by the WAA for all university women. 

Weekly meetings were held in the WAA clubrooms at the women's entrance to the gym 
under the supervision of Miss Bertha Whitton, faculty advisor. 




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WESLEY FOUNDATION . . . 



W 



ESLEY Foundation is a church group open to all Methodist students at the university. 



It seeks to promote understanding, fellowship and clean living among members as well as 
a better understanding of the Methodist faith. 

The Rev. Don Barss of the Kent Methodist church was the group's advisor and presided 
over most of the meetings and discussions. Cal Logan served as president with Edie Galloway as 
vice-president. 

During the year regular Sunday evening meetings were held at the church, and outside 
speakers were heard. Discussion panels and forums also featured the weekly get-togethers. 

Social events such as hay rides, picnics and parties were held by the foundation, and new 
members were encouraged by open-house parties at the church. 

John Thomas, Norma Knisely, Bob White, Eleanor Meek, Isobel Shively, Eleanor Cole and 
Russ Conser were among those active in carrying on the activities. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 




LJ EADED by President George 
' " Inscho, Vice-president Bar- 
bara McDowell, Secretary Bet- 
ty Lee Johnston, and Treasurer 
Barbara Berkey, student coun- 
cil carried on as usual. 

The important allocations 
committee and oil other stu- 
dent and student faculty com- 
mittees were under council's 
jurisdiction. 

Members of council were 
Hank Johnston, Wayne Hig- 
ley, Joe Caplowitz, Randy 
Newhouse, Edie Galloway, 
Elaine Chamberlain, Edith 
Korte, Jean Melick, Jeri Pet- 
zel, Harriet Shobert, John Til- 
ton, Betty Brown, Koye Tolt, 
Ingrid Tornberg, George Keith, 
Donna Keller, Jean Goncher, 
Dona May Burkhart, Agnes 
Sawyer and Betty Offhaus. 



PAN - HELLENIC . . 



DAN-HELLENIC league was 
led by Agnes Sawyer during 
the year and planned and di- 
rected the activities of the re- 
spective sororities. 

The league, made up of the 
six sorority presidents and ad- 
vised by Dean Hyatt, also held 
tecs end other social functions 
for sorority girls. 




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THE ART club, led by Angle Zima, president, Mary 
Rossa, treasurer, and Joanne Phares, secretary, had a 
busy year decorating for all school dances and sponsoring 
a field trip to the Carnegie Institute as well as an alumni 
shower. 

The Top hop. Burr dance, Sadie Hawkins dance. New 
Years ball, and Campus night dance were among the 
functions decorated by the club. 

Faculty advisor to the group was Miss Nina Humphrey, 
while Elmer Novotny, art professor, also assisted. 




This was one picture that was o bust. 



ART CLUB . 



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. . . ORCHESTRA 




THE KENT State university orchestra was not 
truly Kent State in 1945-46 as interested 
townspeople filled in at instruments which Di- 
rector Roy Metcalf was unable to man with uni- 
versity people. 

Nevertheless, the orchestra had a good year, 
and the 50 members received valuable training 
for their musical futures. 

The orchestra played at all the school plays 
providing overture and between-octs music. One 
evening concert also was given, and a complete 
program was presented to a large audience. 



Agnes Sawyer served as president of the or- 
chestra with Martha Lansinger as vice-president. 

Professor Metcalf was the faculty director. 

Plans for next year's orchestra have been 
formulated, and a much larger group composed 
solely of university students is contemplated. 
Concerts at the school and in other towns are 
proposed, and many new numbers are under con- 
sideration. 

Faced with personnel problems and a general 
lack of school-wide appreciation of its diffi- 
culties, the orchestra did an admirable job. 



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K- VETS . . . 




THE INFLUX of veterans on campus sent K-Vet 
enrolment zooming. John Fouser, president, was 
assisted by Vice-presidents John Etz and Charles 
Erhort, Secretary Shirley Haines, Treasurer John 
Kropp, and Sgt.-at-arms Tom Bates. 

Realizing the financial difficulties veterans were 
encountering, the group sponsored a petition ask- 
ing for quicker action in subsistence checks, which 
was sent to congressmen and veterans administra- 
tion officials. 

During the spring quarter social dancing was 
made available to all students Wednesday evenings 
in the gym with juke-box music. 



The officers discuss things with Advisor Dewey Barich. 




The petition committee meets with Mrs. Streby, the co-ordinctor's secretary. 



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The co-ordinotor of veteran's affoirs does a little advising. 




President Fouser in action. 



130 



. . . INDEPENDENTS 



THE Independent Students association started 
the year by almost taking the fall class elec- 
tions for the first time as ISA candidates lost by 
narrow margins in most cases. 

Jeri Petzel and Jean Melick were elected to 
student council, however, to give the independ- 
ents two places on the governing body. 

The duties of president fell from Claude Mil- 
ler to Mike Friedland and finally to Sis Lewan- 
dowski, who served most of the year. Dave Ryan 
and Felice Faust handled the political and social 
chairmanships while entertainment was directed 



by a committee composed of Betty Duff, Anna 
Edwards, June Gill, Ruth Klein, Marion Leponen 
and June Steigerwald. 

A semi-formal dance under the guidance of 
Chairman Fred Ellis brought a large turnout 
early in the year. Plans were formulated at 
weekly meetings held in 1 19 Kent. 

The ISA merged with the Coalition party to 
elect Betty Offhaus and Betty Shutrump as Miss 
Kent State and Most Popular Woman, respec- 
tively. 




The governing body formulotes plons. 



131 




The membership of the Independent Students associotion. 



A SIDE from their duties in the political side 
of campus life, members of the ISA en- 
tered into many activities. 

A float was entered in the Campus night 
parade for the second straight year and many 
parties, dances and other social functions of 
university-wide interest were sponsored by the 
association. 

The ISA seeks to promote good fellowship 
among those students not affiliated with any 
Greek organization not only through political 
unity but through social and recreational 
functions as well. 

Plans for a more active group next year 
have been made, and membership is expected 
to reach an all-time high along with the bene- 
fits to be offered to members. The only such 
group on the campus, the Independent Stu- 
dents association is striving for a leading 
place in campus activities. 




Sis Lewandowski, ISA president. 



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CHI PI . . . 



^Hl PI, men's honorary journalism frater- 
nity, was reactivated during the winter 
quarter by returning journalism veterans. 
Matt Fenn served as president for the year 
with Tom Gavagan, vice-president, Roy Apple, 
secretary, and Bob Kenyon, treasurer. 

Among activities sponsored by the group 
were the home game basketball programs, 
plans for next fall's football programs and the 
reinstalling of the journalism house. The 
publications banquet was handled by Chi Pi, 
and several guest lecturers were brought to 
the campus under the fraternity's sponsorship. 

Alfred Crowell and Mike Radock, journal- 
ism professors, served as advisors to the 
group. 




Hank Johnston, Charles West, Matt Fenn. 
Bob Lengacher, Roy Apple, Tom Gavagan. 
Bob Kenyon. 



ALLOCATIONS . . . 




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A LLOCATIONS committee 
drew the difficult job of 
spreading out small sums over 
many groups. 

Under the leadership of Bar- 
bara Berkey, student council 
secretary, the group met each 
quarter and apportioned stu- 
dent activity funds. 

Faced with one of the most 
trying and unrewarding jobs of 
any campus committee, the 
members did an excellent job 
and received valuable training 
for their future business life. 



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Top: Helen Cardinal and Dorothy Baines. 

Bottom; Janie Filler chats with Business Man Tonka. 




Angle Zima takes time out from 
the drawing board. 



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BURR 



FACED by a bevy of problems again 
this year, the Chestnut Burr staff 
struggled frantically but in vain to 
meet the final deadline. The biggest dif- 
ficulty which Editor Julie Juch and Busi- 
ness Manager Marge Ingham encoun- 
tered was the shortage of the good quali- 
ty paper this book is printed on. 

Hank Johnston, dependable journal- 
ism student, drew the task of editing the 
book and reading proof during the sum- 
mer, when other staff members had 
graduated or left school. 

Photographers George Papp and Otis 
Maxwell carried on alone during the 
spring quarter, after Bob Chizmar had 
left school. Chuck West snapped photos 
early in the year, while Kenny Rickard 
helped Editor Juch in the darkroom. 

All art work for the Burr was handled 
by Angie Zima, who designed the cover 
and assisted in layout. Mounting pic- 
tures by the hour, Dorothy Baynes, Helen 
Cardinal and John Boesch took on one of 
the most tedious of yearbook jobs. 

Business brains Janie Filler, Grayce 
Mays and Clarence Tonka aided Miss 
Ingham in financial dealings, while Bet- 
ty Brown and Edwin Suvanto scheduled 
junior and senior pictures. 

The words accompanying each picture 
came from the typewriters of Betty Jane 
Shutrump, Helen Benton, Ethel Schirmer, 
John Thomas and Johnston. 





Top Ethel Schirmer and Honk Johnston look over old Burrs. 
Bottom: Ed Suvanto appears perplexed. 




Photographer Papp must be "shooting" some women. 



Business Head Ingham hard at work 



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KENT 





Summer Editor Ted Phillips. 



Tonka ar\d Knisley hold a conference. 



STARTING with one issue a week 
during the summer when Ted 
Phillips, editor, and Hank Johnston, 
business manager, held the reins, 
the Kent Stater progressed to three 
issues with Norma Knisely and 
Clarence Tonka at the helm during 
the fall session, and finally wound 
up coming out twice a week when 
Tom Govagan and Frank Vendely 
took over in the spring. 

The Stater had a good year win- 
ning all-American rating in the 
national college survey. The paper 
also took first place in the Ohio 
daily competition for universities. 

Sports editors came and went 
during the year with Don Crotty, 
Johnston, Carl Austin and Phillips 
holding the post at various times. 
Austin's reign was marked by a 
caustic story of the first Kent- 
Akron basketball game which pre- 




Morion Cole, Eleonor Mecl< and Knisely working late. 



Janet Morrow, Matt Fenn and Jean Olson look busy. 



138 



STATER 



cipitated a stormy week of relations 
between the two schools. 

Society gals Ethel Schirmer, Elea- 
nor Meek, Beryl Knox and Janet 
Morrow batted out the Greek and 
social news while Roy Apple, Ben 
Sollito, John Finn and Jay Gossett 
assisted on the sports page. 

Bob Casey and Bob Wentz were 
front-section writers as were Mar- 
ion Cole, Matt Fenn, Bob Lengacher 
and Norma Knisely. Knisely, John 
Thomas, Fenn, Betty Shutrump, 
Casey and Bob Hoyt served as edi- 
tion editors during the year. 

Sponsoring of the "outstanding 
mother" and the Rowboat regatta 
was handled by the Stater. 

Apple, Dale Rowe, Ed Siennicki, 
Bill Thompson and Johnston had 
columns while Stan Mine and 
Wentz battled Thomas and Bill 
Lyon for gossip column honors. 




Summer Business Head 
Hank Johnston. 




Tom Gavagon and Frank Vendely look 
over the week's work. 




Dole Rowe ignores the bockground hubbub. 



The firing line. 



139 




JARGON . . . 



MOLDING journalism students past and present to- 
gether through the years, the Jargon, edited by 
Jeri Petzel, was sent this year to more than 350 
school of journalism students and alumni. 

Miss Petzel, who was reporter, typist, make-up 
editor and circulation department for the monthly 
bulletin, kept tab on university developments and 
activities of "J" students and grads. Joanne Kemp 
assisted her in compiling "Off the Galley," an in- 
formal column of publications doings. 



NEWS BUREAU . . 



DIRTHPLACE of official news stories concerning 
Kent State is the university news bureau, directed 
by Michael J. Rodock, assistant professor of journal- 
ism. 

Releases on general news, sports, features and out- 
standing statements by faculty members ore sent 
weekly to more than 200 Ohio newspapers. Local 
papers and syndicates are also supplied with special 
stories and photos. 

Russ Baird, senior veteran journalism student, was 
in charge of athletic publicity, while Marion Cole 
handled hometown stories as well as general news. 
Charles West and Hank Johnston also worked in the 
news bureau during the year. 





ALUMNI NEWS . . 



iUlORE than 2000 graduates and former students 
keep in touch with current events at the uni- 
versity through the Kent Alumnus, bi-monthly bul- 
letin edited by Marion Cole. 

As the official organ of the Alumni association, the 
four-page publication includes personal items, fea- 
tures on outstanding graduates and official Asso- 
ciation news. 

Copies are sent to paid members of the Alumni 
association and to overseas servicemen. Service sub- 
scriptions ore paid for through the Penny fund. 



140 



VISITING 
PERSONALITIES . . . 




Betty Offhaus chats with Mrs. Douglas. 



I/ SU HAD its share of outstanding speakers 
during the year with Alice Marble, Robert 
Frost, Robert Parker and Helen Gchcgan 
Douglas visiting the campus. 

A large local attendance as well as stu- 
dents and faculty swelled the crowds at all 
the events. 

Robert Frost held everyone spellbound with 
his poetry and philosophy. Perhaps the most 
famous American poet living today, he was 
received enthusiastically by the capacity 
crowd. 

Mrs. Douglas, representative to congress, 
spoke on foreign cooperation and made a day 
of her visit by attending a special women's tea 
in her honor. 

In addition to the speakers, several musical 
groups and singers appeared at Kent during 
the year. Eleanor Steber and the Walden 
quartet gave summer programs. 





Robert Parker mokes a point. 



Poet Frost shakes hands with on admirer. 



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ATHLETICS . . . 



ATHLETICS at Kent State, 1945-46 version, consisted of varsity basketball, a 
smattering of wrestling and spring football drills in preparation for next year's 
eleven, Kent's first since 1942. 

A full schedule of intramural events was held, however, with a complete frater- 
nity league operating independently for the first time in three years. 

Perhaps the outstanding athletic accomplishment was the appointment of Trevor 
J. Rees, former Ohio State freshman coach and ail-American end, as director of ath- 
letics and head football coach. Wesley Stevens, ex-Purdue gridder, and Harry Adams, 
Muskingum all-Ohio choice, were named assistant grid mentors with Adams taking 
over the head basketball position in the fall. 

Too much cannot be said for Bill Satterlee who piloted the Golden Flash cagers 
for the second straight year on a part-time basis. Satterlee finished his two-year 
tenure at Kent with an excellent record considering the fact that he had anemic 
material and only limited opportunity. He is a full-time coach at Akron South high 
and made nightly trips to Kent to instruct his teams. 

Next year should mark an epoch in Kent State athletics with excellent prospects 
in all sports and with a full-time, capable coaching staff on the job. 




143 



BASKETBALL . . . 




Kneeling: Harry Wilson, John Moore, Wes Kurtz, Bernard Sharkey, Jim Kinney, Duane Weitzel, Frank 
Schuman, and Manager Rollie Walk. 

Standing: Coach Satterlee, Bill Byrne, Clayton West, Larry Frost, Doyle Shumaker, Ted Phillips, Dick Benson, 
Bill Sudeck, and Clyde Maxen, 



P ERSONABLE Bill Satterlee, Kent State's head basket- 
ball coach for the last two years, will be long remem- 
bered by local fans for the fighting, colorful ball teams 
he turned out. Even though a full-time coach at Akron 
South, Satterlee motored the 20-odd miles from Akron 
to Kent six days a week during the cage season and at 
the close of this year's play, had a ball team compar- 
able with Kent's best squads. 

Bill had everything against him when he took the 
Kent job in 1944. Lack of time, lack of equipment, 
and most of all — lack of material, did not deter him, 
and the 1944-45 Golden Flash squad was much classier 
than the 3 won and 1 1 lost record would indicate. This 
year. Bill had more to work with, and although beset 
with the drafting of key men three times during the 
season, he fielded a team that beat Oberlin, almost 
beat Toledo and Akron, and was the fourth highest 
scoring outfit in the state. 





Joe Selgo, B-W forward, sinks a short one. 



John Adkins entertains. 



Bill Sudeck makes a one-hander while Benson 
and two Ashland players watch. 




r"LAYTON WEST, brilliant forward up 
^ from Canton Lehman high, finished his 
third year of varsity competition by being 
named to the Associated Press all-Ohio first 
team besides serving as captain of the Golden 
Flashes. 

West, a catlike floor man, wound up as 
Kent's third highest scorer with an 11.1 
points-o-game average, trailing Bill Sudeck 
and Harry Wilson in that respect. 

West reached his peak against Baldwin- 
Wallace when he tossed in 21 points despite 
the close guarding of Jack Oberst, the star 
B-W eager, in the second game of the season. 
Declared temporarily ineligible on the night 
of Kent's third game. West came back after 
missing two contests and led the Flashes to 
a win over Mt. Union. 

The first all-Ohio player to grace a Kent 
roster since Joe (Spooky) Price, Clay West 
will go down in most peoples' books as one 
of Kent State university's outstanding ath- 
letes. 



Clayton West 



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Doyle Shumaker 



Duane Weitzel 



Bill Sudeck 



THE 1945-46 edition of the Golden Flash 
' Basketball team chalked up the com- 
mendable record of 10 wins against the 
some number of losses while rolling up a 
new university scoring record of 1 1 1 8 points. 
Despite draft inroads which forced Coach 
Satterlee to revamp his squad three times, 
the Kent cagers knocked off Mt. Union, 
Heidelberg, Ashland, Allegheny, Muskin- 
gum, Oberlin, Wooster and Kenyon while 
dropping two contests to Akron, Baldwin- 
Wallace, Toledo and Western Reserve and 



single games to Oberlin and Wooster. 

The Flashes finished fourth in the state- 
wide scoring race and set a new school 
single game mark with 88 points against 
hapless Kenyon. Bill Sudeck, flashy forward, 
led the team in scoring for the second 
straight year breaking Wayne Griffith's 
eight-year-old individual record with 238 
points. 

Harry Wilson, mid-year addition to the 
squad, finished with an 11.7 points per 
game average and was thought by many 



fans to be Kent's outstanding player at the 
season's close. 

John Moore and Dick Benson, defensive 
bulwarks, bore the brunt of the backboard 
ploy and shared scoring honors on several 
occasions. 

Clyde Maxen, Ted Phillips, Doyle Shu- 
maker, Wes Kurtz and Duone Weitzel 
played capable ball when called on and 
helped win some important contests. Draft 
casualties Bill Stringer, Gordon Knisely and 
Bill Schlemmer were hard to replace. 




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Ted Phillips rebounds against Heidelberg. 



Red Moore gets the tip for 
Akron against Wilson. 



Wilson scores against the Zippers. 



146 



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Dick Benson 



Clyde Maxen 



John Moore 



THE Flashes opened smoothly by swamping a weak 
Heidelberg five, 74-44, as Sudeck, West and 
Stringer played a merry tune on the Student Prince 
basket. Baldwin-Wallace came to town two nights 
later, however, and spoiled the perfect mark by ad- 
ministering a 64-44 drubbing despite West's 21 
points. This was the season's roughest tilt marked 
by fisticuffs between Schlemmer and Joe Selgo, B-W 
forward. 

Jack Lloyd led the Flashes to a 48-37 win over 
Wooster, but Toledo evened the record with a 50-33 
victory in the final game of the fall quarter. 

Kent started the new year off with two straight by 
taking Mt. Union, 50-45, and edging Ashland, 54-51, 
on Duane Weitzel's last-minute basket. 

Wooster turned the tables on the bandbox Scot 
court jolting Kent, 55-48, as Harry Eicher garnered 
21 points. Akron's Zippers dropped in and went 
home with an easy 71-55 romp marked the next day 
by a scathing Kent Stater writeup. 

Baldwin-Wallace continued the Kent losing streak 
by easily defeating the Flashes 54-37 after jumping 
off to a 16-0 first-quarter lead. This loss made the 
season record six wins and seven losses, and the in- 



eligibility of Leroy Peoples added to Coach Satterlee's 
woes. 

Bill Sudeck poured 27 markers through Muskin- 
gum's zone defense two nights later, however, to edge 
the Muskies, 51-49, in the season's classiest con- 
test. Then, after an easy 64-46 win over Heidelberg, 
the Flashes surprised everyone with a 52-50 victory 
over Oberlin in "Ohio's No. 1 basketball upset." 

Akron took a 62-39 victory before 4,000 fans in 
Goodyear gym but not until Kent had thrown a ter- 
rific scare into the Zippers by scoring 16 straight 
points in the third quarter. 

A slow start cost the Flashes another upset win as 
Toledo hung on to a first-half margin to edge Kent, 
67-60, after a grand battle. 

Two losses to Reserve and one to Oberlin, all by 
fewer than six points, made the Kent record read 
seven wins and 10 losses. But the Flashes finished 
in a burst of power to easily take Mt. Union, Kenyon 
and Allegheny. 

All in all, it was a thrilling season and with Ben- 
son, Moore, Wilson and Sudeck all returning, plus 
war veterans from the 1942 team, Kent State should 
indeed make its presence felt in the 1946-47 basket- 
ball campaign. 



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Cheerleaders Marcia Traxler, Nita Wendling, 
Lou Marco and Mickey Yeager. 




Weitzel high jumps Shumaker in the Akron gome. 




SEASON'S RECORD 

Kent 74, Heidelberg 42 

Kent 44, Baldwin-Wallace 64 

Kent 48, Wooster 37 

Kent 33, Toledo 50 

Kent 50, Mt. Union 45 

Kent 54, Ashland 51 

Kent 49, Wooster 57 

Kent 55, Akron 71 

Kent 37, Baldwin-Wallace 54 

Kent 51 , Muskingum 49 

Kent 64, Heidelberg 46 

Kent 54, Oberlin 52 

Kent 39, Akron 62 

Kent 60, Toledo 67 

Kent 69, Western Reserve 77 

Kent 60, Oberlin 62 

Kent 69, Mt. Union 54 

Kent 88, Kenyon 48 

Kent 59, Western Reserve 62 

Kent 61, Allegheny 55 



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Bill Schlemmer has just londed a hard right cross against B-W. 



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INTRAMURALS . . . 



A 



CTION on the intramural front was intense, exciting and extensive for 
the first time since 1942 as a full program of events was held. 



Touch football took the spotlight in the fall with the All Stars emerg- 
ing victorious after a touch-and-go battle with the Packers. 

Winter quarter came and basketball came with it. Sigma Tau Gamma 
fraternity copped the cage diadem with the Packers again holding the 
runner-up spot. 

Golf, tennis, bridge, pingpong and swimming were the events in the 
fraternity race formulated in the spring quarter with Kappa Mu Kappa 
and Sigma Tau Gamma fraternities tying for top honors. 

Alpha Phi Beta won the softball 
fraternity league championship with 
the Wildcats taking the independ- 
ent league title. 

Karl Chesnutt headed the intra- 
mural staff after returning from 
service at midyear. 




Bill Sudeck, 1945 Manchester 
cup winner. 




Like a swan. 




Boesch scored easily. 




Sez you ! 




Everybody got into the intromurol oct in the first full program held since the outbreak of the war. 



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FOOTBALL . . . 



P OOTBALL made its appearance on the Kent 

campus for the first time since 1942 when 

Athletic Director Trevor Rees called spring prac- 
tice early in March. 

More than 100 Flash candidates turned out for 
the initial drills, but when the intrasquad game 
was held six weeks later only 45 gridders remained. 

With these 45 and with a host of former schol- 
astic' and university stalwarts enroute to Kent, 
Coach Rees had high hopes of a successful season 
come next fall. 

Wesley Stevens, former Purdue lineman, was 
appointed assistant football coach and head swim- 
ming mentor. He tutors the guards and tackles. 

Harry Adams returned from PT boat service to 
Kent in time to take over the ends and make plans 
for his basketball team next winter. He received 
the head cage position late in May. 

Fall drills are planned for early in September 
with the opener against Hiram September 28. 



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He didn't make much on this one. 




Wes Stevens, line coach. 



Head Coach Rees 
and Horry Adams. 



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ong, Henderson, Dolnnas. Gisinger, Guirgiu, Smith. Sauber, Straight, Schaffer. Troha, Capri, Wolfgram. 



Schwabe, Britt, Gossett, Follin. 




Streby, Wilheim, Sweeney, Cochran, Morton, Weir, Loos, Baker, Gisinger. 




Barton, T. Kot. 



Action in the intrasquad game. 



L. Kot, Diehi. 





Just like in the army. 




Adams watches the end play. 



Gormus, Miller, Downing. Foust, Mesek, Urcher, Heller. 



Theiss, McGinley, Thomas, 
McGroarty. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS . . . 




WOMEN'S athletics for 1945-46 showed the usual lineup of soccer, 
baseball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton and table tennis 
with competition in both individual and group divisions. 

Engleman hall grabbed the soccer and baseball championships the 
second straight year with powerful teams in both sports. 

A group of off-campus girls snared the basketball cup by defeating 
sorority and dormitory groups in league competition. 

Individual matches were held in most sports, and champions were 
selected after university-wide tournaments. 

Isia Schnauffer won the table-tennis title, 
Betty Faulds took the badminton champion- 
ship, and Helen Klika was the horseshoe- 
pitching titlist. 

Alpha Omega sorority gave the Greeks 
some consolation by winning the participation 
trophy. 




Miss Whitton and her golf class. 



152 



THE ANNUAL Rowboat regatta, re- 
vived after a wartime lapse, proved 
that no sorority has a stranglehold on 
any special trophy as Sigma Sigma Sigma 
lost its first regatta after five consecu- 
tive triumphs. 

Alpha Omega succeeded the Tri-Sigs 
as champions by taking an easy victory. 
The hilltop ex-champs finished a dismal 
last when their boat sprang a leak at the 
halfway mark. 

Perhaps the AO's knew something in 
advance, for the boat they used was 
borrowed from Delta Phi Sigma frater- 
nity, which also proved an easy winner 
in the men's division. 




Felice Faust swings a mean paddle. 




Top: This is quite a racket, Miss Harvey. 
Bottom: Action on the university courts. 




The girls were in the swim at KSU. 



153 




Elaine Halburda demonstrates the correct swimming pool form. 



154 



HERE 'N THERE . . . 

AROUND THE CAMPUS 




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SCHOOL'S OUT 



As is the case with most yearbooks, there are 
always men behind the scenes who contribute 
to the success of the publication without receiving 
public recognition. 

The 1946 Chestnut Burr is no exception. There- 
fore, the editor and business manager would like 
to extend their heartfelt thanks and appreciation 
to such men as: 

University Editor Alfred A, Crowell, for his 
patient and sympathetic understanding of the 
editor's problems and his guidance; 

Leiand C. Whetten, faculty business advisor, for 
his aid in overcoming financial difficulties and 
putting the Burr on a solvent basis; 



James A. Fosdick, photography instructor, whose 
cooperation in making darkrooms and photo- 
graphic equipment available hastened the com- 
pletion of the yearbook. 

Gordon Brightman, of Jahn and Oilier Engraving 
Co., who offered many useful suggestions in lay- 
out and generally lightened the work of the editor; 

To our printer, for his contribution to the uni- 
versity in producing this yearbook amidst adverse 
circumstances and hazardous business conditions. 

And to all other persons who gave of their time 
and efforts in seeing this venture through to the 
end, we offer our gratitude and that of the student 
body. 

MARGE and JULIE. 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 

1945-1946 



A 

Abbott, Betty J. 290 Oneida Dr., Sawyerwood 

Acerra, Annamary R, _ „ _ 218 Edgar Ave., SteubenviUe 

Acierno, Rosemary 52^2 N. Prospect St.. Youngstown 

Adametz, Carolyn A. 3592 W. 56th St.. Cleveland 

Adams, Germain C. _ 146 Crain Ave., Kent 

Adams, Edward A 212 E. Center. Bucyrus 

Adams, Russell „ YMCA, Canton 

Adams, Harry „ _ 1576 Meriine Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Adkins, John L - 3118 E. 102nd St., Cleveland 

Adams, John L. 146 Crain, Kent 

Akeroyd, Shirley 1236 Cranford Ave., Lakewood 

Alert, Alice A. 11505 Linnet Ave., Cleveland 

Alexander, Jean K _ _ 2475 6th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Alexander, Kathryn M. „. 563 Allegheny St., Follansbee, W. Va. 

Alexander, Richard N 2827 Rosewood NW. Canton 

Allberry, Izetta L _ 2553 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Allen. Patricia J. _...320 Lincoln. Lima 

Allyn, Lois L. 177 Tudor Ave., Akron 

Altman, Berton G - 317 E. College, Kent 

Altman, Helen L _ RD 4 Bryan. 552 Tallmadge 

Amedio. Dominic P _ 94 RR, Chester, W. Va. 

Anderson, Aileen T _ 1010 W. Main St., Ravenna 

Anderson. Dorothy D _ - _...RD 2, Atwater 

Anderson, Jean G _ 259 E. Tuscarawas Ave., Barberton 

Anderson. Malcolm 2214 I4th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Anderson, Marian J 2046 E. 221st St., Euclid 

Antal, George M. 132 Funston Ave., Youngstown 

Antonuk, Olga A. 3073 Medina Rd., Copley 

Antypas, Ann „ „ _ „ 926 Dover Ave., Akron 

Apple, Roy S. „ 3242 Dellwood Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

Arighi, Nancy L ^ 210 E. Summit St., Kent 

Armitage, Jeanne E. ___,New Milford 

Armstrong, A. Enid E. _ 14021 Puritas Rd.. Cleveland 

Arnold, Richard 2710 10th St. SW, Canton 

Aronoff, Bernard „715 E. Main St. 

Ashby, Barbara A. 3147 12th St. NW, Canton 

Astrup, Mary Lou 708 Greenwood Ave., Akron 

Atsaroff, Katherine B. 674 Cole Ave., Akron 

Austin, Carlton J. 44 Pine St., Massillon 

B 

Bachman, Beatrice R. — 32 Grant Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

Badger, Frank S. 4017 Pershing Ave., Parma 

Bagent, Betty L. 1250 Tonawanda Ave., Akron 

Bailey, Robert Masury Unit 39-A, Windham 

Bailey, Virginia I _ 1619 19th St., NE. Canton 

Baker, Fred G. RD, Strongsville 

Baker, Margaret A _ _444 Myrtle St., Ravenna 

Baker, Nancy A _ _. 1139 Piermont Rd.. South Euclid 

Baker, Ruth F 1941 12th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Baker, Jack E. __ 717 Albert St.. Youngstown 

Baker, Richard _ 58 Detroit St., Akron 

Baldwin, Art _ _ - RD l, Conneaut 

Bamberger, Catherine L _ _ 3309 Tuscarawas St. W, Canton 

Bamberger, Marjorie A _.3309 Tuscarawas St. W. Canton 

Bannon, Laura J _ RD 4, New Castle, Pa. 

Barker, Gene 137 Front Ave. SE, New Philadelphia 

Barnes, Betty „„Middlefield 

Barnhart, Marilyn J. 1657 Holyoke, East Cleveland 

Barzan, Marie L, „ Box 298, Pineyfork 

Bates, Joyce M 733 E. Highland, Ravenna 

Bard, Harry 703 Stow St., Kent 

Bardy, Franklin S. _ 3554 E. 76th St.. Cleveland 

Barnhouse, Marylee ., 899 National Rd., Bridgeport 

Barr, William E. , 136 Westwood Ave., Akron 

Bartley, Harrell E. — 1820 5th St. SE, Canton 

Bashline. Dolores P. 3876 Turkeyfoot Lake Dr.. Akron 

Baskin, Ted 2883 S. Moreland, Cleveland 

Bates, Edwin L. _ 244 N. Pardee St., Wadsworth 

Battista, Rudolph Box 118, S. Main St.. Waynesburg 

Batzli, Grace L RD 1. Salem 

Bauer, Donald C - RD 2 , Kent 

Baugher, Helen L 1490 Preston Ave., Akron 

Baughman, Elaine 912 Belmont Ave.. Youngstown 

Baynes, Dorothy L. 2071 Norwood Ave., ZanesviUe 

Beach, Charmian K. 3050 W. Euclid Ave.. Detroit, Mich. 

Beachley. Gene M. _ - _ 2311 4th St., Cuyahoga Palls 

Beachy, Jim J. , 428 N. Market St., Wooster 

Beal, Barbara A. Brady Lake, Ravenna 

Beattie, Janet L. .71 Hamilton Ave.. Akron 

Beatty. Ila M Kelleys Island 

Beaumont. Helen L. __ „.. 610 S. Cherry St., Canton 

Becherer, William B 1581 Hillside Ter., Akron 

Becker, Kurt _.. _ 110 S. River St., Toronto 

Beduhn. Marietta _ 3016 Woodbury Rd.. Shaker Heights 

Beebe. Gilbert Rockingham Rd., Mentor 

Beer. Elizabeth M 535 Bunker Hill Rd., Ashtabula 

Beitzel, William A Magnolia 

Belew. Angela _67 Hurricane Dr., Willoughby 

Belovich, Thomas J .,7120 Thornton Dr., Parma 

Benjamin, Ken H „ J277 E. Monmouth Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

Benson, Charles R _ _ 230 S. Lincoln. Kent 

Bendel, Warren L. 811 Cleveland Rd., Ravenna 

Benton, Helen P .Western Reserve Rd., Poland 

Benton, Marilyn M. ._ - ....Burton 

Berkey, Barbara M. 1450 Shorb Ave. NW, Canton 

Berman, Civia 12315 Fairport Ave., Cleveland 

Berry. Janet M. __445 W. Virginia Ave., Sebring 

Best, Alice N. 1216 15th St. NW, Canton 

Beuck. Robert T. 18321 Landseer Rd., Cleveland 

Biasella, Edmund 1706 3rd St. NE, Canton 



Biasella, Evelyn B. .„ 500 N. Mantua St., Kent 

Bidlack, Lucille M. Box 326, Parkman 

Bidwell. Mary L , 252 23rd St. NW, Canton 

Bilanych, George ■. 714 Vine St., Kent 

Bilden. Joseph, Jr. 1002 Inman, Akron 

Bill, Bradford S 58 S. Euclid Ave., Struthers 

Bingham, Jane A. Farmdale 

Bingham, Laura L. .._ _ farmdale 

Bixler, Ruth I 203 Mercier St., Louisville 

Bippus, James R. 477 Mineola Ave., Akron 

Birkner, Francis R _ RD 1, Kent 

Black, Martha J. _ Box 35, East Sparta 

Blackwelder, Jean M _ 149 Marhofer Ave., Stow 

Blackwell, Maryjane 50 Woodbine Ave., Youngstown 

Blair, Clare A _ 6609 Central, Albuquerque. N. Mex. 

Blevins, William _ 333 Vaniman St., Akron 

Block, Virginia H _ _ _,-223 S. Lyons Ct., Pleasantville, N. J. 

Blood, Shirley J _ „ 408 Bank St., Conneaut 

Blumer, Jean _._„ Chagrin Falls 

Bodolay. Margaret R 175 Chestnut St., Wadsworth 

Bodzenta, Irene _ _,. Newton Falls 

Boesch, John Kirtland _ rd, Willoughby 

Boggs. George J .^. 1897 Issequah Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Boli, Phyllis J _ _ ..2355 48th St. NE, Canton 

Bond. Robert W _„ 91 s. Lincoln Ave., Alliance 

Book. Vivian A 93 W. State St., Barberton 

Boothe, Elden T. RD 1, Ravenna 

Boone. Margaret P _ __ 1256 Hayne Rd.. Akron 

Borden. Harriet J _ _ 4557 N. 21st. Milwaukee. Wis. 

Born, John P. 13307 Rexwood Ave., Garfield Hts. 

Borsenberger, Anne C _ Waynesburg 

Borsenberger, Nancy M _ Waynesburg 

Bosma, Grace . rd 2, Garrettsville 

Bosworth. Shirley .._„ 275 Whittier Ave., Kent 

Bower, Warren C. 2946 Corydon Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

Boyd, Eleanor E. 664 w. 3rd St., Niles 

Boyd, Emmett W. __1355 Dueber SW, Canton 

Boyer, Joyce E 128 N. Monroe St., Fremont 

Bradford, Gretchen J. 646 N. 15th St., Sebring 

Bradley, Matthew H. 1640 Ninth St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Brady, Robert A _ „ rd 2, Prospect 

Brand, Joy I. star Rt., Millersburg 

Brand, Roma C. Star Rt., Millersburg 

Brandon, Ira J. RD 2, Barberton 

Brandt, Carol M. _. 11601 Carolina Rd., Cleveland 

Brandt, Martha A 611 Lafayette, Niles 

Braucher, Karl F _ _ 1396 Westvale Ave., Akron 

Bricker. Maxine L Fredericksburg 

Bridges, John M _ _ 2491 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Brixley, Betty J 1848 9th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Brock, Jeanette B 12127 Erwin Ave., Cleveland 

Broemsen, Betty I 1409 2nd St. NE, Canton 

Bronson, Kathleen N _ ^ 287 Moreland Ave., Stow 

Brooks, Paul H _ 6905 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 

Broughton, Frank O. _ _ Copley 

Broughton, Leone E _ R. Rd. 1, Chardon 

Brown, Archie S. 4315 Yorkshire Ave., Parma 

Brown, Betty K. .._ _ 916 E. 144th St., Cleveland 

Brown, Edna C. _Cortland 

Brown, William M. _ 29 Ennis Ave., Bedford 

Brumbaugh, Elmer I Garrettsville 

Bruns, Marion A. _ _ 738 E. Main St., Ravenna 

Brunswick, Marian A RD. 1, Kent 

Buchanan, Marjory E RD. 1, Ravenna 

Bucklew, Russell R. Box 291, Lakemore 

Bullock, Jimmie L. _ 1862 5th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Burkhardt, Dona Mae 3168 Goldengate Ave., Rocky River 

Burkhardt, Dona M. 243 Highland Ave., Kent 

Burnett, Carl W _ „...202 S. Lincoln, Kent 

Busch, John 885 Overlook Ave., Ravenna 

Buss, Edna M. . Northfleld 

Bussard, Janice L. RD. 2. Leetonia 

Butler, John F 2437 Covington Rd. 

Byrne, William D. Box 416, Kent 

Byrnes, Stephen J 354 Franklin St., Marion 

C 

Cain, Jack B. _ 551 Summit St., Kent 

Caldren. Gae C Union town 

Caldwell, Charlotte M. RD. 1, St. Clairsville 

Caldwell, Marjorie Jane Bath 

Callan, Patricia A. 117 W, Gorgas St., Louisville 

Callin, Vivian R. 1070 Avon St., Akron 

Cameron, Harry G. _ . 895 Berwin St., Akron 

Campbell, John P. 2347 16th St., Akron 

Caplowitz, A. Joseph ._ 214 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Capriola. James V. _ 636 Nutwood Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Carano, Hilda _ — - - 327 Penhale Ave., Campbell 

Carboni, Robert C. 11 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Carder, Marjorie 472 Windsor St., Marion 

Cardinal, Helen C. 166 E. Oregon Ave., Sebring 

Carey, Jeanne I. 1509 Ohio Ave., Ashtabula 

Carins, Hugh 1735 Ashton Ave., Sharpsville, Pa. 

Carl, Lynnae A. RD. 3, Schwinn Dr., Barberton 

Carlin, Bill G 808 W. Main St., Ravenna 

Carlson, Betty J. RD. 1, Box 558, Akron 

Carman, Edwina J 603 W. Main St., Ravenna 

Carpenter, Bonnie F 259 Hayes Ave., Cuyahoga Palls 

Capretta, Robert M. 488 Delmar Ave., Akron 

Capri, Eddie J. Argonne St., Mogadore 

Carrel, John _ 306 S. Depeyster St., Kent 

Carson, Charlotte C. 1143 Oregon Ave., SteubenviUe 

Cartwright, Frank T. 595 W. Ohio Ave., Sebring 



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Casey, Robert J. 

Cash, Nancy K. 

Cashman, Frank R. 

Caste, Leatrice A. 

Casto, Patricia M. _ 

Cater, Canary M. 

Cather. Mary E. 

Cavanaugh, Ronald 
Cavett, Arietta M. _ 

Cavculas, Mamie 

Cawley, Wanda M. „ 
Ceglia, Patsy T. 



._^ 156 Jefferson St., Youngstown 

_2569 Whitelaw Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

980 Colcy Path, Akron 

899 Aberdeen St., Akron 

1933 High St., Cuyahoga Palls 

RD. 2. Hudson 

100 4th St. NW, Barberton 

„^ Kent 



Cevasco, Evelyn M. 

Chalfant, Martha F. 

Chalmers. Dorothy 

Chamberlain, Dorothy L. 

Chamberlin, Elaine E - 

Chiaramonte, Edward W. 

Chlzmar, Bob E. 

Cheurco. Ida 

Chiles, Virginia P. 

Chill, N. Elaine 

Chlysta, Charles 

Christea. Earl -_ 



_323 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton, W. Va. 

2010 ShefBeld Rd.. Aliquippa, Pa. 

_22431 Lakemont Ave.. Euclid 

607 S. Chestnut St., Ravenna 

1194 Woodward Ave., Kent 

165 E. 205th St., Euclid 

_„-343 High St., Kent 

115 Mason St.. Greenwich, Conn. 

2553 Edgerton Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

_... __.400 W. 54th St.. Ashtabula 



_149 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown 

910 9th St. NE, Canton 

Custar 



Christopher, Gardner 

Church, Betty J. 

Cibula. Betty J. 

Clapper. Betty R. 

Clark, Betsy A. 

Clark. Helen R 

Clark, James H. 

Cleaver, Olive M. 

Clemente, Joseph L. _ 
Clevenger. Dorothy L. 

Cobb. Nelson J. 

Cochran, Omar 

Cochran. Walter J. _ 

Coe. A. Lucille 

Cole. Eleanor M. 

Cole. Gladys 

Cole, Marion 



1920 S. Project Dr.. Warren 

RD. 1. Ravenna 

2008 Penn PI. NE, Canton 

1140 E. 98th St., Cleveland 

New Milford 

408 S. Lincoln Ave., Salem 

1148 Plainfield Rd., South Euclid 

335 Oak Knoll SE, Warren 

RD. 2. Medina 

425 Emerson St., Vandergrift. Pa. 

____918 Florida Ave., Akron 

..103 Belmont Ave., Niles 

3708 Dell Dr.. RD. 3. Barberton 

1421 Beardsley St., Akron 

1311 Bogan Ct. SE. Canton 

3ox 66 . Lakemore 

Martin Dr.. Hudson 

.— 119 Pairlawn Ave.. Wadsworth 

Columbia Sta. 



Cole, Robert M. „ 

Colombine, Dolores M. 

Combs, Joan 

Compartore. John 

Condos. Nicholas S. 

Cone, John F. 

Cone. Robert E. 

Conley, William 

Connell, Annabelle J. . 
Connolly. Thomas J. ... 

Conser. Russell L. 

Constantine. Bess — ^. 

Constantine, Fred 

Conti, Steve J. 



..14128 Superior Rd., East Cleveland 

1220 Broadway, Bedford 

464 Olive Ave., Warren 

730 Superior Ave., Salem 

252 Dayton Place, Akron 

221 Starr Ave., Kent 

,_„ 152 E. 5th, Salem 

_„ __H a r t vi He 

RD. 2, Kent 



...535 Ashland Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 
121 Simon Dr., Akron 



Converse, Florence R. 

Cook, Dorothy 

Cook, Jeanne M. 

Cook. Josephine R. 

Cook, Opal T. 



Cook. Wilford T. 

Coolidge. Betty J. 

Cooper, Marguerite M. 

Cooper, Peggy 

Corbett, Patricia M. _ 

Corbitt. Wilbur S. 

Cosentino, Augustine _ 

Cox. Alice E. _^ 

Cox. Dewitt C. 

Cox, Donald D. 

Cox. Marilyn E. 

Crabtree, Harold G. „ 

Crawford, Janet 

Crawford. Ruth 

Creal. Margarette 

Cress. Philip A. 

Crisp, Betty E 

Crone, Gloria 

Croop. Aaron B. 

Cropp, John Lewis 

Cross. Irene 



151 Wooster Ave., Strasburg 

2500 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland 

924 N. Howard St., Akron 

374 Elma St.. Akron 

RD. 2, Mantua 

140 Welton Rd., Conneaut 

-..527 N. Willow St.. Kent 

...9002 Miles Park Ave., Cleveland 

525 N. Mantua St., Kent 

217 S. Depeyster St., Kent 

318 E. Main St. 

623 E. Main St, 

RD. 4 



Kent 
Kent 
Kent 

719 E. 117th St.. Cleveland 

New Milford 

-203 Indianola Rd.. Youngstown 
RD. 1, Box 418, East Akron 



..221 E. Summit St., North Canton 

2110 10th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Box 88, Stow 

912 Clifton Ave., Springfield 

Winona Rd. , Salem 

220 Crapo St., Alpena, Mich. 

.._3404 N. 26th. Kansas City, Kan. 

4728 Topper Ave., Ashtabula 

2185 E. 36th St., Cleveland 

50 Bane Ave., Newton Falls 

905 11th St., Massillon 

__Holloway 



Crotty. Don D. 

Crouse. Eleanor M. _ 

Crowl. William C. 

Culler, James A. 

Culler, Ruth 

Culuer. Robert C. 

Curphey, Thomas L. _ 
Curtice, Gay N. „ 



„1424 Lauderdale Ave., Lakewood 

27 Brown PL, Harrison. N. Y. 

— N. Lima 



493 Alice St.. East Palestine 

_162 E. Arch wood Ave., Akron 

Mark Center 

— 205 Miles St., Akron 

2037 Spring Rd., Cleveland 

.„-4294 E. 126th St., Cleveland 



D 



Daes. Doris I 

Daniels. Alan D. 

Daniels, Barbara S. 

Danyluke, Alice 

Darby, Van . 



Darst. Marian 

Davey. Mabel 

David, Cora E. 

Davis, Esther 

Davis, Helen 

Davis. Joseph 

Davis, Matilda M. 

Davis, Norma 

Davis. Patricia 

Davis, Rudy . 



—-Evergreen, Colo, 

2111 10th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

1025 Oxford, Massillon 

405 E. Dewey St., Youngstown 

.-2402 Kanawha Blvd.. Charleston, W. Va. 

___.800 14th St. NW, Canton 

422 Park Ave., Kent 



_3435 Washington Blvd., Cleveland HU. 

RD. 1, Atwater 

RD. 1, Salineville 



-420 S. Meridian St., Ravenna 

RD. 3, Box 23, Kent 

Boston, Ohio 

-29 E. Grand St.. Berea 



Davis, William 

Defer, Alexander D. . 

Dehnbostel. Nellie 

Demming, John A. _ 

Denlson, Robert 

De Palma. Rosemary , 

Depasquale, Frank 

De Pompel, Jean 

Derks. June 



-609 Country Club Rd., Louisville, Ky. 

RD. 3, Box 23, Kent 

RD. 3, Hudson 



-178 Iddings Ave. NE, Warren 

2219 Waltnam SW, Canton 

_Wayland 



-338 9th St., Lorain 



-927 11th St. NW, Canton 

809 Broadway, Bedford 

RD. 2, Box 964, Akron 



Derylo, Edna „ 

Dethloff, Ellen 

Dial. Bertha 

Dickerson, Abigail 

Dickson, Mary 

Dickson. Werner 

Dickson, William N. 

Dieckmann, Bette 

Dietz, Elmer C. 

Digiacomo, Mary Jane . 
Dilgren, Elmer 



-3943 Sackett Ave., Cleveland 
RD. 3, Box 476, Akron 

Medina 



-.RD. 1, Cadiz 



South St. Clair St., Painesville 
..Copley 



151 Garden St., Marion 

-.17721 Crestland Rd., Cleveland 

182 E. Kent Rd., Stow 

514 Spink St., Wooster 

501 New St., Fairport 



Dillon, Howard A 

Di Minno, Eleanor 

Dippel, Martha 

Domiter. Anne 

Donaldson, Paul 

Dornbusch, Margaret 
Doty, Jay _ 



_1839 19th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

919 Liberty SE, Canton 

12555 Lake Ave., Lakewood 

12008 Detroit Ave., Lakewood 

Middlefield 



Douglass. Janet 

Douglass, Josephine 

Douglas. Marilyn 

Dragga, Charles 

Drayer, James 

Dreese, Dorothy 

Duffner, Betty 

Dugan, James 

Duke. Ellen _. 

Duncan, Robert 

Dunlap, Bonivere 

Dunn. Anna 

Dunn, Kathryn 

Dunn. Richard 

Dunsha. Thekla 

Durben. Clara 



Durbrow. Katherine . 

Durr, Margaret E 

DursL. Richard R. — 
Dussell. Richard W. 
Dyess. Blair __ 



_3700 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Lisbon 

1011 Vine St., Kent 

814 Bunker Hills Rd., Ashtabula 

2360 E. 36th, Cleveland 

RD. 1 , Uniontown 

330 N. Willow St., Kent 

_Box 53, Ontario 

477 E. Ford Ave., Barberton 

334 S. Willow, Kent 

2060 Lincoln Ave., Lakewood 

115 E. Indiana Ave., Sebring 

532 Longmere Dr., Kent 

„ RD. 3, Ashtabula 

1167 Orlando Ave., Akron 

_-RD. 2, Medina 

„ RD. 4. Box 431, Kent 

160 Elm Rd., Stow 

_630 6th St.. Beaver, Pa. 

192 Williamson Rd., Stow 

1013 N. Mantua, Kent 



.,325 W. Park Ave.. Niles 



Earhart. Charles 

Earley. Vernon 

Earnest, Hazell M. .„ 

Eby. Kent 

Edres. Mary D. 

Edwards. Almarie A. 

Edwards, Anna L. 

Efta, Violet L. 

Egan. Evelyn J. 

Egger. Jacob 

Elson. Edwin 

Ellen, Frances 

Ellis. Fred B. 

Engren. Marjorie D. 

Eriksson, Esther 

Erwin, Archie 

Etz, John 



RD. 3, Newark 

Seville 

..RD. 1, Ravenna 



-1918 Grant Ave., Rockford, 111. 

129 w. South St., Akron 

115 Colorado Ave., Lorain 

475 19th St, NW, Massillon 

2908 Franklin B., Cleveland 

114 E. Oak St., Kent 

238 High Ave.. Byesville 

Way n esb u r g 



..354 W. Main St., Kent 



Evans, James W. 

Evans. Jean H. 

Evans, Kenneth 

Evans, William 

Evelyn, Maxine J. 

Everett, Joan M. 

Everett, Mildred E _ 

Everiss, Marion Elaine , 
Ewell, Barbara 



122 E. Main St., Chagrin Falls 

600 Myrtle Ave.. Ashtabula 

141 S. Geiger, Alhance 

465 Seaman Ave., Akron 

178 Graham Rd., RD. 3, Kent 

_126 E. Neighbor St., Newcomerstown 
RD. 6, North Canton 



.-11570 14th St. SW, Massillon 
-122 W. Paradise St., Orrville 
„761 Elma St., Akron 



..120 Commonwealth Ave. NE, Massillon 

Gnadenhutten 

-RD. 1, Litchfield 



,_401 Grant St., Ravenna 



Fairchild, Sara 

Fannin, Richard C. 

Farley. Nanette — 

Farmer, Mary F. 

Farnsworth, Robert 

Farr. Eleanor 

Farr. Homer 

Farr, Ray 

Farrell. Jean 

Parrell, Mary Lou 

Farris, Joseph J. 

Faulds, Betty B. 

Faulk. Ralph H. 

Faust, Felice M. 

Faust. Edythe 



-2466 3rd, Cuyahoga Falls 

Valley City 

49 Mull Ave., Akron 

G ambie r 



_„Twin Lakes 

-.Marshall Est., Macedonia 
-.Marshall Est., Macedonia 
-^Macedonia 



5478 Grasmere, Maple Hts. 

Churchill Rd., Lisbon 

1124 5th St. NW. Canton 

-1721 Coit Ave.. East Cleveland 

Xenia. 1017 Vine St., Kent 

-243 E. Summit St.. Kent 



Featheringham. Lois M. 

Fee. Marian A. 

Pehndrich, Pern F. 

Fellows, Evelyne J. J. 

Fenley, Richard „ 

Fenn, Matthew J. 

Ferris. Joseph „. 

Feucht. Wilma D. 

Fields. Shirley L 

Filler, Mary J. 

Finley, Charles 

Fiori, Maria G. 

Firm, Goodword 

Fish, Betsy Ann 

Fisher, Elder 

Pites, Gilbert, Jr 

Fitzgerald. Margaret Ann 

Flannigan. William 

Flegal, Betty 

Fletcher, James 

Floasin. Ell 



451 W. Glenaven Ave., Youngstown 

3420 Brookview Blvd., Parma 

471 Alpha Ave., Akron 

3 E. Clinton St., Millersburg 

10320 Ostend, Cleveland 

5853 Chestnut Hills Dr., Parma 

64 Union Ave., Irvington, N. J. 

190 Wooster Rd., Barberton 

1817 12th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

2059 15th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Box 56, Salem 

1543 N. Market, Canton 

Fairmont Ave., Rittman 
..1001 Pierce Ave., Toronto 
27th St. NE, Massillon 



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Pludine, Nancy L. _ 

Flower, Horace 

Foglesong, Leonard 
Foglesong, Thomas . 
Folkman, Janice E. 

Follin, Dwight 

Ford, Betty 



1142 Dayton St., Akron 

.1416 S. Lincoln St., Aberdeen, South Dakota 

1847 Lincoln Way. E. Massillon 

512 NW 27th, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

133 Sturges Ave., Mansfield 

. 812 Terrace Rd. NW, Canton 

110 Stanton Ave., Akron 

.210 Snyder Ave., Akron 



143 N. Prospect St., Kent 

RD. 3, Hudson Rd., Kent 

530 Kalbron Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

1824 15th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

, Oakhurst Dr., Brecksville 

531 E. Main, Kent 

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Form. Mildred 

Fornshell, Audrie J. _ 
Fornshell, Georgia A. 

Fouser, John P. 

Foust, Clifford C. 

Foutts, Alton 

Fowler, Patricia L. 

Fox, Marilyn R. 

Fox, Seena R. 

Fox. Vincent L. 

Franck. Ardath A. 

Francy, Roger . 



_219 Ravine Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

629 E. Main St., Kent 

629 E. Main St., Kent 

„ RD. 1, Cuyahoga Palls 

_105 S. Mantua St., Kent 



Frank, James R 

Frank, Ralph W. 

Prase. Kathryn V, 

Frederking, Ruth M. _ 

Freed, Shirley L. 

Freeman, Albert H. 

French, William F, 

Frericks, Marilyn L. _ 
Friedland, Marshall B. 

Frost. Lawrence 

Fugman. Harold W. _ 
Fulkerson, Betty A. .„. 

Fullmer, Ralph 

Furrer. John 



_I38 W. Fourth St.. East Liverpool 

332 Harrison St., Barnesville 

455 Thomas Ct., Cuyahoga Palls 

--3217 E. 134th, Cleveland 

E. Satin St., Jefferson 

520 S. Lincoln, Kent 

421 N. Walnut St., Wooster 

562 E. Riddle Ave., Ravenna 

145 Oak Ave., Masslllon 

RD. 1, Barberton 

12322 Phillips Ave., Cleveland 

2918 6th St. NW. Canton 

535 Monroe St., Brooklyn 

_„ „ Box 37, Tuscarawas 

14416 Alder Ave., East Cleveland 

527 W. Hopocan Ave., Barberton 

^_„. 564 Jennings Ave., Salem 

Aurora Sta. 



-^660 Derbyshire Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

1620 Grafton Rd., Elyria 

- RD. 1 , Ravenna 



Gaab. Wesley 

Gable. Donald 

Gahagan, Elizabeth M. 

Galay. Catherine 

Gale. William ^ _„._ 

Gallagher, Maria 

Gallagher, Michael 

Galloway, Edith 

Gander, Betty R. 

Garnms. Ralph 

Gates, Delton „.._ 

Gatts, Blanche E. 

Gatts, Robert 

Gatts, Ruth M. ^ 

Ganger, Evan 

Gavagan, Thomas J. .._ 

Gedeon, Louis J. 

Geisinger. Paul C. 

Geitgey. Alvin 

George, Emil 

George. Jack .... „.... 

George, Helen 

Gergel. Helen H. G. .„. 
Getz, Jean „. 



_6710 Daisy Ave., Independence 

RD. 2. Wadsworth 

„Brady Lake 



Box 305, Malvern 

West Shore Blvd., Brady Lake 

Montclair, N. J. 

6103 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland 

1777 Lexington Ave., Warren 

_117 Lauderdale Ave., Youngstown 

2900 10th St. NW, Canton 

16 Detroit St., Akron 

. Berlin Hts, 

.„„ Berlin Hts. 

303 Stow St.. Kent 

- 437 Wolcott Ave., Kent 

1164 Ansel Rd., Cleveland 

Lock wo od 



Gibson, Arthur W. .. 

Gifford, Roy 

Gilcrest, R. Miriam . 
Gllcrest, Virginia M. 
Gin, June E. 



B er gho Iz 

_501 Woodland Ave., Wooster 

2207 Penn PI. NE. Canton 

Box 242, East Palestine 

RD. 1, North Benton 

RD. 1, North Benton 

133 N. Pearl St., Kent 

RD. 3, Kent 

Akron 



_RD. 
-RD. 



Gillespie, Janet ._ 

Gillls, Herbert R. „._. 

Gilliss. Thelma L. 

Ginther, Robert 

Giovinazzo. Dominic _. 
Gisinger. Wanda M. .„. 

Givsns, Eleanor M. 

Glass, Gene 

Glasco, Gail 

Glauser, Kirkwood P. . 

Glenn, Ralph 

Gluck, Jessie A. 

Gnant, Blanche H. 

Goddard, Madelyn 

Goggins. Helen P. 

Gold. Juanita H 

Gomez, Ricardo P. 

Goncher, Jean E 

Gossett, Betty J. „. 

Gossett, James 

Gossett. Jay W _,.. 

Gourse, Adelle P. 

Gover, Donna A. 

Graff, Barbara S. 

Graham, Thomas S. _ 

Grant. Janet P. 

Gray. Ethel Larue 

Graven, Ralph 

Gray, Ann 



1, Hartville 
1, Hartville 

_RD. 4, Ravenna 

Box 559, RD. 5, S. Akron 

__„482 Erie St.. Barberton 

1561 Homewood Ave. SE. Warren 

224 Fairview, North Canton 

608 W. Highland Ave., Ravenna 

-.549 Tallmadge Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls 

- —110 E. Gorgas St.. Louisville 

- ,-RD. 1, Newton Falls 

408 Kenilworth SE, Warren 



„355 Second St. NW, New Philadelphia 

2716 Kirby Ave. NE, Canton 

Minerva 

12718 Griffing. Cleveland 

Stockbridge Rd.. Mentor 

230 Harris St., Kent 



Grazier. Guy W. 

Greaves, Earl — 

Grell, Edward ._ _... 

Green, Dorothy M. 

Green. Margery B. 

Greener. Hope I. 

Greanwald, Edward S. 
Gregory, Margaret W. 

GriflBn. Vincent 

Griffith, Raymond 

Griffiths, Robert 

Gr 11, Jane ..- 

Grimes, Iris M. 

Grimm, Ernest B. 

Grube, Roberta A. 

Grundy, Dixie 

Grzincic. Rosemary 

Guffy, William _ 

Guirgin, Raymond R. .. 
Guise. Emogene E. B. _ 

Gunkelman. Joan 

Gupko, EmU 

Gutlirle, Jean 



1740 18th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

_Cruz Comevcio Sts.. Ponce. Puerto Rico 

14109 Orinoco Ave., East Cleveland 

847 National Road, Bridgeport 

Box 147. Kent 

847 National Rd., Bridgeport 

1080 Jefferson Ave., Akron 

1407 Sackett St., Cuyahoga Falls 

__._654 Carpenter St., Akron 

1773 Cleveland Ave. SW, Canton 

888 Medford. Cleveland Hts. 

360 N. Walnut St.. Ravenna 

1009 li S. Main St., Akron 

807 Franklin Ave., Kent 

112 Erie St., Kent 

72 Overlook PI., Bedford 

509 Southwest St., Carey 

Star Rt., Orwell 

_„. „RD. 1, Twin Lakes 

750 E. 117th St., Cleveland 

1166 E. Main St., Ravenna 

„_130 E. Highland, Ravenna 

Ra venna 

: 1210 Woodland Dr., San Diego 

RD. 1, Box 223, Cuyahoga Falls 

Toronto. 623 E. Main, Kent 

940 Ella Ct.. Akron 

1769 E. 31st St., Cleveland 

2533 Reid Ave., Lorain 

: Kent 



„6310 Glass Ave., Cleveland 

1891 Newton St., Akron 

— 1216 12th St. NE, Canton 
RD. 4. Kent 



_533 S. Broadway St., Medina 

10201 Aetna Rd., Cleveland 

-„ 785 Avon St., Akron 



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Habinc. Emily M. 

Hachtel, Patricia A, „ 

Hague, Duane O. 

Hahn. Chester W. 



505 E. 149th St., Cleveland 

839 Caledonia Ave., Cleveland 

_1370 MeriUne Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 
Paw Paw Lake. Chagrin Falls 



Hahn, Kathryne E. 

Haines, Mrs. Evelyn Walters 

Haines, Shirley C, Jr 

Ha nes. Walter C 

Halburda, Elaine J. 

Hale, Betty B. 

Halpin, Joan H. 

Halter, Donna M. 

Hanger, Margaret E. 

Hancock, David 

Hanna, Anne R. 

Hanna, Lucille 

Harden. Phyllis A. 

Harenski, Doris M. 

Harm, Jannett ___ 

Harokopus. Angeline 

Harper, June M. „ 

Harrington, William A _ 

Harris, George E. 

Harris. Russell — _^ 

Hartman, Robert 

Harris, Betty V. 

Harsa, Edward W. 

Harsha, Marilyn R. 

Hart. Agnes J. 

Harvey. Donna Clinton, 

Harvey, James 

Havre, Caroline H 

Hawk. John F. _^ 

Hawkins, Greta L 

Hawkins, Wanda M 

Hawkins, William 

Haynes, Jayne F 

Hayes, Al 

Head, Lois ^--. 

Head. Willie L. 

Hearn, William 



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Lake Rd., Perry 

157 Hudson Rd., Stow 

-13816 Alvin Ave., Garfield Hts. 

241 Mercer PI. NE, Warren 

2582 7th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

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2, Box 193, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
715 E. Main, Kent 



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._1839 Williams St., Cuyahoga Falls 

2715 6th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

.^ Independence 

14428 Onaway Rd., Shaker Hts. 

407 Brown Ave. NW, Canton 

_.„ RD. 1, Clyde 

Str on gsville 

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Heinle, Marilyn J. 

Heintz. Jerry „ 

Heldenbrand, Ladd 

Helman, Betty N 

Helman, Dorothea A. 

Helman, Robert J 

Hendee. Richard J. 

Henderson, Harry W. ..__ 

Henning, Mildred A. 

Henry. Arthur R. 

Henry, Barbara M. 

Hensel, Irma L. 

Hensler. Stella R. 

Herbert, Ada Lee _„ 

Herman, Bette Jayne 

Hess, Betty G. „ 

Hettinger, Ruth S. 

Heupel, Doris J. 

Heupel, Marie R 

Hewitt, Denny __ 

Hjgley. L. Wayne 

Hlmebaugh, Raymond F. 

Himelrigh. Hazel P. 

Hindley, Frances J. 

Hirka. June E. .„ 

Hlssem, Margaret E. _„_ 

Hite, Lorain 

Hoehn, Ruth E. 

Hogan. Archie 

Hogan, Francis T. 

Hollett, John B. 

Hollinger, James A. „ 

Holmes, Olive R 

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Holzhauser. Frederick 

Hood, Vernon 

Hoover, Charles P. 

Hopewell, Glenna 

Hopkins, Charles J. 

Hopkins, Dorothy A. 

Horbaly, Ruth 

Horbaly. William 

Horner, Ruth M. 

Horst, Albert. Jr. 

Hosfeld, Kathryn L. 

Hostetler, Robert N. 

Howard, Ruth E. 

Howard, Joseph 

Howe, Thelma L. 

Hoy. Elizabeth R. -,. 

Hoy. George A. .„ 

Hrabko, Louis J. 

Hudec, Vincent 

Hudson, Alice L. 

Hudson, John W. 

Hughey. Marilyn A. 

Hum. Phyllis L 

Humbert. Theodore M. .. 
Humphrey. Barbara A. . 

Hunt. Virginia M. 

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Hurowitz. Jack 

Husa, George T. 

Huston, Fred 

Huth, Juanita J. 

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4126 E. 131st St., Cleveland 

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-300 Third St. West, East Liverpool 

520 E. Riddle Ave., Ravenna 

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S. State St.. New Waterford 

946 S. Freedom, Alliance 

230 Gougler Ave.. Kent 

347 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron 

341 Vine St., Geneva 

546 Harris St., Kent 

: 546 Harris St., Kent 

608 Walton St., Ravenna 

Box 214, FoUansbee, W. Va. 

East P alesti n e 

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-1813 Carter Ave., Akron 



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319 7th Ave., Royersford, Pa. 

-166 N. Cleveland Ave., Mogadore 

197 E. Kent Rd., Stow 

--„ 197 E. Kent Rd., Stow 

223 Madison St., Ravenna 

_ „..Maln St., Scio 

West Salem 

_„4149 E. 120th St. Cleveland 

2611 Robindale Ave.. Akron 

_„ Hubbard Rd.. Madison 

Cuyahoga Falls 

882 Ashland Ave., Akron 



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1078 6th Ave., Akron 

J E. Monmouth Rd.. Cleveland Hts. 

Lakemore 

-„84 Catherine St.. Lakemore 

1047 Bunker Hill Rd., Ashtabula 

113 Lincoln Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Box 346, Hartville 

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3175 Toledo Ave., Lorain 

610 S. River St., Toronto 

1218 Clarendon SW, Canton 

716 Mercer Ave. NE, Warren 

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South 6th St., Tucson, Ariz. 

208 E. Williams St., Kent 

532 Lloyd St., Barberton 

172 Roosevelt E., Massillon 

815 Grant Ave . Cuvahoia Palls 

RD. 2, Vermilion 

147 Crain. Kent 

56 W. Summit, Alliance 

1867 Elyria Ave. , Lorain 

338 Hudson Rd., Stow 

9806 Harvard Ave., Cleveland 

4067 E. 147th St., Cleveland 

4067 E. 147th St., Cleveland 

469 W. Harrison, Alliance 

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_216 W. 1st St., Strasburg 

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_„146 Maple Rd., Stow 

— -_ -- 209 High St., Roscoe 

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„Schady Rd., Olmsted Falls 



..-9525 Lamontier Ave., Cleveland 
—336 Linwood Ave. NW, Canton 
-1945 Cooke St., Cuyahoga Falls 

116 Streetsboro Rd., Hudson 

RD. 4. Kent 



_„136 Garfield, East Palestine 
_216 E. Maple St., Uniontown 
_,53 Cummings Ave., Geneva 



3851 Silsby Rd. SW. Cleveland 

57 Wandle Ave., Bedford 

RD. 1, Spring Valley 

-19 Sylvan Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

.„4087 E. 108th St., Cleveland 

1887 2nd St., Cuyahoga Falls 

_„_„ RD. 1, Kent 

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_616 Cook Ave. SW, Canton 



Ingham, Marjorie A, 
Inscho, George E. „__ 

Irons, Janet L. 

Israel, Alice L. 

Istnick, Edward 



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Jackson, Charles D. 

Jack. John R. 

Jackson, Mary I. 

Jackson, Stewart P. 
Jacobs, Jeanne F. _^ 

James, Jack 

Janecek, Elaine C. . 
Jansa, Olga 



-726 High St., Sharon, Pa. 
Main, Dillonvale 



Jayred, Janis L. 

Jeffrey, Gail E. 

Jeffries, George D. 

Jenkins, Charlotte V. 

Jenkins, Everett C. 

Jessel. Marian H. 

Jester, Eugene 

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— „ 2587 Paxton St., Akron 

920 24th St., Canton 

-_,624 Chestnut Blvd.. Cuyahoga Falls 
_1042 Tallmadge Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Box 163. Windham 

1297 E. 55th St., Cleveland 

Dock Rd.. Madison 

_RD, 1 , Toronto 

620 Magnolia Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

205 Dartmouth SW. Canton 

^ 306 Webb St., St. Marys 

3910 Robert Ave.. Cleveland 



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Johns, Helen P. 

Johnson. Richard C. 

Johnson, DoUie A. 

Johnson. Ellen L. 

Johnson, Kenn H. 

Johnson, Mayo C. 

Johnson, Sarah J. 

Johnston, Mrs. Betty L. 

Johnston. Hank „ 

Johnston, Pauline M. 

Johnston. Ethel M. 

Jones, Barbara C. 

Jones, Charlene A. 

Charles 

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Margaret I. 

Mary E. 

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Judklns, Helen £. . 



307 Marion SW. Canton 

2883 E. 112th St., Cleveland 

505 Lincoln. Niles 

1011 Third St., Canton 

16213 Telfaie Ave.. Cleveland 

333 Dodge St.. Kent 

Box 105. Belle Valley 

„Diamond, 325 E. Summit St.. Kent 
„1512 Court Ave., Memphis. Palmyra 

Star Route. Meadville. Pa. 

403 E. Main St.. Kent 

403 E. Main St., Kent 

3307 E. 126th St.. Cleveland 

1445 Mantua St.. Kent 

Box 302, RD. 8. Akron 

19985 Westover Ave.. Rocky River 

2883 E. 112th St.. Cleveland 

„„ RD. 1. West Salem 

— 19985 Westover Ave., Rocky River 

874 W- Spruce, Ravenna 

19985 Westover Ave., Rocky River 

RD. 4. Kent 

13801 North Drive. Cleveland 

648 W. Main St.. Newark 

502 Cherry St.. Kent 



Kacarab. Charles K. 

Kagey. Donald F. 

Kagy. Hazel K. 

Kallstrom, Louise N. 

Kaminski. Jessie . 

Kana, Audrey R. 

Kane. Thomas H. 

Kant hi, James R. 

Kanney. Daniel R. 

Kappeler, Jeanne M. 

Kaptain. Basil W. 

Kasik, Charles E. 

Katin, Thomas J. 

Kauffman, Shirley M. „ 

Kaufos, Marie 

Kayser, Irene N. 

Keating, Irma M. 

Keefer. Carl W. 

Kekic. Peter 

Kelbaugh, Irene N. 

Keller, Mrs. Donna J. _ 

Kelsey, Harold E. 

Kemp. Joann 

Kemppel. David E. 

Kennel. Mary J. 

Kenski, James G. 

Kent, James A. 

Kent. Yva A 

Keplinger. Florence E. 

Keplinger, Glenn A. 

Kepntr, Margaret E. _ 

Kerkhof, D. Dawn 

Kerrigan, Warren J. 

Kessler, Gloria Jean 

Keyser, Dorothy L. 

Khoenle. Virginia K, _ 
Killinger. Kenyon C. _ 

Kimberlin, Betty J. 

Kinder, Robert 

Kime. Madge E. 

King. Ellis W. 

King. Peggy J. 

Kinnear. Mary M. 

Kinney. James F. 

Kistler, Jean M. 

Klein, Carol L. — „ 

Klein, Elizabeth Pauli 

Kleiner, Irwin 

Klein, Ruth E. 

Klein. Peggy 

Klika. Helen M. „ 

Klingensmith, Chester . 
Knapp. Paul 



Oyster . RD . 4 , Alliance 

512 Edwards. Louisville 

Farmdale. RD. 1 

1756 Second St,, Cuyahoga Falls 

___.308 W. Elm St., Kent 

1045-A Hamel St.. Akron 

208 E. Williams St., Kent 

25 Sheldon Ave., Rittman 

„__ 531 6th St.. Massillon 

-410 Tuscarawas Ave., New Philadelphia 

441 S. Walnut St., Ravenna 

12713 Revere Ave.. Cleveland 

715 Cleveland NW. Canton 

131 W. 26th St., Lorain 

1627 Spring Ave., Canton 

RD. 1, Leavittsburg 

___1815 Main St., Rittman 

RD. 4. Mansfield 

3441 W. 137th St.. Cleveland 

2716 Tifft St., Cuyahoga Falls 

_„__711 Bebb Ave.. Massillon 

112 Chestnut St., Painesville 

1497 Goodyear Blvd., Akron 

376 Lillian St.. Akron 

_____Rt. 2, Cortland 

6301 Heisley Ave., Cleveland 

214 Central Ave., Ravenna 

10907 Pasadena Ave.. Cleveland 

RD. 1, Dover 

RD. 1, Dover 

Nut w ood 

_„227 E. Bridge St., Eerea 

814 E. Center, Marion 

312 Winckles St., Elyria 

1464 Hollywood Ave.. Warren 

RD. 3, Warren 

1134 Sterling Ave., Orrville 

RD. 2 . Orrville 



-.632 S. Depeyster St., Kent 

N. Fairfield 

1183 Darow Rd.. Akron 

RD. 1, Medina 

New Middletown 

1525 Dyim Ave.. Massillon 

631 Crain Ave.. Kent 

„_401 Hyde St., Canton 



_-355 Rampart Blvd., Lady Washington Apt.. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

North St.. Garrettsvtlle 

Mercer Rd., New Brighton, Pa. 

„— . ..New Waterford 



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Knapp, Walter 

Kneblewicz. Eleanore A. 

Kneubuehl. Dorothy „ 

Knisely, Norma M. 

Kocher, John 

Knox, T. Beryl 

Koch, Sara L. 

Kohl. Jack 

Kolacz, Ted 

Kolk, Eleanore 

Kolk, Helen A. 

Kollas. Helen 

Korillos, Thomas 

Korte, Edith M. 

Kot, Leo 

Kousaie. Genevieve 

Kras, Jennie 



5233 Clement St., Maple Hts. 

Box 175, Cheswick, Pa. 

__„ Box 221. Atwater 

Box 221 , Atwater 

130 E. Williams St.. Kent 

6203 Heisley Ave.. Cleveland 

_909 4th St. NW. New Philadelphia 

RD. 2, Hartville 

921 Green St. SW. Massillon 

1674 Palmyra Rd., Warren 

New Waterford 

467 S. Walnut St., Ravenna 

RD, 2. Newton Falls 

4595 Warner Rd., Cleveland 

4595 Warner Rd.. Cleveland 

_„_351 Torigonia Dr.. Akron 

628 S. Water St., Kent 

RD, 1, Cuyahoga Falls 

Martha St,. Yorkville 

„_912 14th St. NE, Canton 

227 N. Arlington Ave., Niles 



Kreager, Arthur __„ 

Krichbaum, Glee L. 

Krivoy. Wallace B. 

Krusko. Vilma M. 

Kuntzleman, Emma Jeane 
Kurtz, Wasley 



3430 Wade Ave., Cleveland 

_291 Crestwood Ave.. Wadsworth 

799 E. 200th St., Cleveland 

9321 Orleans Ave., Cleveland 

544 Orchard Ave., Barberton 

__„„„13842 Lake Ave., Lakewood 



Lampe, Melvin G. 

Langmead. Lois 

Lansinger. Martha ._ 
Larrazabal, Salvidor 
Lashley, Sonia 



Lashley, Wanda 

Laskos, Stanley 

Latham, Mrs. Priscilla 

Laube, Jan 

Lawrence, Grace 

Leatherman, Jean 

Lee. Isabel 

Leffler, Irene 

Lehman. Charles 

Leist. Rev. Marion 

Lemley, Mrs. Grace 

Lemmons, Mavis 

Lemon. John 

Lemponen, Marion 

Lengacher, Robert 

Leonard, Frances 

Leuenberger, Shirley 

Lewandowski. Yvonne ^ 

Lewis, Arnold 

Lewis, Barbara 

Lewis, James 

Lhotsky, Jerry 

Lilley. Barbara 

Linder. Carol „ 

Lintner, George 

Lintz, Lois 

Livezey, Donald 

Lloyd, Jack 



4108 Sheraton Dr.. Parma 

-.12525 Maplerow Ave. , Cleveland 

739 W. Main St., Kent 

Caracas. Venezuela 

1315 Tampa Ave., Akron 

„-211 Hudson Rd., Stow 

—RD. 3, Ravenna 



114 Linden Rd., Kent 

-2931 Albrecht Ave., Akron 

Orwell 

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„1745 Market St., Youngstown 

1245 N. Main St., Akron 

724 Utica Ave.. Akron 

, Circleville 



„2613 Hawthorne Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls 

__ 725 lona Ave., Akron 

__^.^ Box 125, Windham 

1017 W. 51st St., Ashtabula 

^_ . — Sugarcreek 

„__ RD. 3, Jefferson 



Logan. George 

Logan, Calvin 

Lohrke, Rae Ellen _ 

Long. Evelyn 

Lomax, Eleanor 

Lombard!, Frances _ 
Lombardo. Dorothy 

Long, Bernielou 

Doris 

Hazel 



Long, 

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Loomis, 

Looney, 



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Looper, Lowell 

Lorson, Mrs. Marie 

Lorson, Howard 

Loss, Paul 

Loudon, Velois 

Loveridge. Jack 

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Lower. Charles 

Ludwig. Thieda 

Lukens, Coralie 

Luke, David ^__ 

Luthy, Joan 

Lyle. Fern 

Lyman , Lucius 

Lympany. Charlyne . 
Lyon, Joyce 



1937 High St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

8813 Vineyard St., Maple Hts. 

_- „ 802 23rd St. NW. Canton 

^Diamond 

Oak Hill. W. Va. 

4610 Chard Ave., Cleveland 

2477 2nd St., Cuyahoga Falls 

„ Wei lington 

1075 Harpster Ave., Akron 

723 Oak St. SW. Warren 

RD. 1. Diamond 

__....— 556'2 Elma St.. Akron 

775 N. Hawkins Ave., Akron 

1265 Ramona Ave., Lakewood 

2030 Tate Ave., Cleveland 

765 E. Main St., Ravenna 

RD. 2. Greenwich 

4965 Tuscarawas St. W, Canton 

2047 E. 115th St., Cleveland 

32 Lucy St.. Sharon, Pa. 

4145 Rocky River Dr., Cleveland 

.^ Waldo 

633 Vine Ave. NE, Warren 

765 E. Main St., Ravenna 

RD. 2, Painesville 

1080 Raymond St., Warren 

1774 Adelaide Blvd., Akron 

„ Marshalville 

RD. 1. Orrville 

210 Cherry. Kent 

Ha no V er ton 

30th St.. Ashtabula 
E. Oak St., Kent 

RD. 2, Toronto 

3rd St. NE. Canton 
RD. 3. Kent 



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D. 1, Box 404, Cuyahoga Falls 

543 Vine St.. Kent 

Unionport 

Ta 1 1 mad g e 

172 Edgewood Dr., Stow 

..1006 Graybar Lane, Nashville 



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MacDonald, Robert 

Mackall, Sonia D. -^ 

MacLearie, Mildred 

McClaren, Mary Louise . 

McClary, Grace E 

McClosky, Charles L. 

McConnell. Fred A. 

McCoy. Forest L. 

McCoy, Jane L. 

McCue. William F. 

McCurdy, Lester G. . 



-311 Park Ave.. Kent 



_1225 Taylor Ave.. New Kensington, Pa. 

445 Elm St., Struthers 

-„ 8 Tonkins Ct., Kent 

„_ 144 Edgewood Dr., Stow 

542 Rockwell St.. Kent 

._535 Diagonal Rd.. Stow 



McCurdy. Raymond L. 

McDermott, Therese Joan , 
McDowell. Barbara R. _„. 

McDowell. Nancy J. 

McElwain. Bettie R. 

McGinley, Thomas H. „ 

McGinley, Eileen M. 

McGrail. Harlan W. 

McGuire, Daniel T. 

Mcllwain, James D. 

McKenna. Mary M. 

McKenzie, Margaret A. 

McLaughlin. William B. _. 

McManus. Leah M. 

McManus. Mary C. 

McMillan. John W. 

McMullen. Dorothy F. 

McNutt, Nancy M. 

McPharren, Martha E. 

McPherson. James W. 

McQueen. Anna M. 

Mabe, Hubert L. „ 

Mack, Dorothy M. 

Mack, Marlin W. 

Mackey, Evelyn M. 

Madar, Rita M. 

Mandalari. Samuel S. 

Manfrass. Ethel M. 

Mann, Olive 

Marco, Louise A. 



_2651 Maplewood Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

RD. 3. Wooster 

J83 W. 3rd St., Mansfield 

—111 Sherman St., Kent 

„_RD. 1, Cuyahoga Falls 



RD. 1. Cuyahoga Falls 

-.1143 Washington Ave., Lorain 

147 Hartley Ave., Mansfield 

722 Park St.. WiUard 

73 Swinehart Rd.. Akron 



-863 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh. Pa. 

12616 Gruss Ave.. Cleveland 

509 Alexander St., Akron 



_2232 Maplewood Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

N. Water St., Kittaning. Pa. 

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„RD. 1. Newton Falls 

314 Park, Kent 

New Milford 



1024 23rd St. NW, Canton 

222 W. High, Mt. Gilead 

282 Highland Ave.. Wadsworth 

...327 W. Moreland. Snyder, N. Y. 

83 Eber Ave.. Akron 

___„RD. 2. Alliance 

2551 Fulton Rd., Canton 

896 Princeton St., Akron 

^ JtD. 2, Ravenna 

1002 N. west St.. Lima 



..409 Junior Ave., Morgantown. W. Va. 

__RD. 2. Ravenna 

„545 Franklin Ave.. Kent 

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Martin, Dorothy A, 

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Marzi, James D. 

Maxen, Clyde H. 

Maxwell, Otis G. 

Mase, Janice C 

Maurer, Betty J. 

Mays, Grayce M. 

Meek. Eleanor L. 

Meixel, Arlene M. 

Melick. B. Jean 

Mellinger. Mary J. 

Meloy, Edwin L. „._. 

Melrose. Marjorie J. 

Melton, Carl W. 

Mendiola, Nick J. „_ 

Merida, June C. 

Marker, Frederic H. 

Merlitti, Elsa J. „ 



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_RD. 2, Greenfield 
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Box 74, Summitville 

386 W. Jackson St., Painesville 

..___..„ — „635 Page St., Ravenna 

—Box 1041, Lakemore 

Box 213. Stow, Kent 

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Fr esn 

_4740 Turney Rd.. Garfield Hts. 

RD. 1, Bucyrus 

„2131 6th St., Akron 

2033 Bunts Rd., Lakewood 

RD. 2. Leetonia 

Garrettsville 

Emery Rd.. Bedford 

.„ RD. 2. Barnesville 

S. Chestnut, Ravenna 
Cleveland 



Messersmith. William W. 

Messik. Genevieve K. 

Metyk, Michael 

Metea, George 

Metzger. Freda L. 

Metzner, Eulah J. 

Mecjer, Mary t. 

Michel, Mary E. 

Michl, Dorothy R. 

Mick, Virginia M. 

Middaugh, Richard B. 

Mihalko, Charles P 

Mihok, Lydia 

Milford. Howard G. 

Milford, Roger L. 

Milford, Jean _ 

Miller. Claude R 

Miller. Donald W. 

Miller. Edwin F. 

Miller. Harold P. 
Miller, Harry E. 
Miller. Irene M. 
Miller, John M. _ 
Miller, John M. . 
Miller, Margaret 
Miller, Viola R. . 
Miller, Violet M. 
Mine. Stanley A. 
Miner, Irvin F. ._ 

M:sko. Mary „ 

Misko. Tony 

Mitchell. Andrew 



640 

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1458 Tonawanda. Akron 

157 E. York St., Akron 

529 S. Main, Columbiana 

— 4614 Marcellus Blvd.. Canton 
2242 W. 5th St., Cleveland 



151 Griswold St., Warren 

„ RD. 3, Canton 

-.2640 Maplewood Ave.. Cuyahoga Falls 

438 Earl Ave., Kent 

Box 242, RD. 1, Kent 



130 Marhofer Ave., Stow 

2025 Maple NE, Canton 

-80 E. Main St., Port Jervis, N. Y. 

2915 E. 119th St.. Cleveland 

'i49A W. 130th St,, Cleveland 

2475 4th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

2475 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

-__70 2nd St., Rittman 

1636 17th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

Waynesburg 

1074 Center St.. Mentor 

35 Maple Ave.. Niles 

554 E. 25th St., Erie. Pa. 

2840 E. 132nd St., Cleveland 

Gnadenhutten 

RD. 3, Mantua 

158 Maple Dr., Youngstown 

. RD. 1, Uniontown 

„ RD. 1 . Ravenna 

-167 Milford Ave.. Newark, N. J. 

___440 Chittenden St., Akron 

Market St., Yorkville 

Yorkville 



Mittiga, Antoinette M. _ 

Miyao. Yas Y. 

Mizer. Eileen M. 

Monahan. Albert A. 

Montgomery. Lois M. 

Morelli. Raymond J. — 

Moore. Archie R. 

Moore, Donald A. _„ 

Moore. R. Donald 

Moore, John H. 

Moore, Robert J. 

Moore, Victor M. 

Moore. William T. 

Moreland, Charlene T. _ 

Morgan, Ann L. 

Morgan, Dorothy L. 

Morgan. Patricia J. 

Morkel, June A. 

Morrow. Mrs. Jane L. ^ 

Morrow, Janet R 

Morsch, Kathryn M. 

Morse. Marilyn J. 

Mosher. Francit: 

Moutz. Bonnie J. 

Mowen, Vincent L. 

Mramor, Susan F. 

Mulac, Corrine M. 

Mullen. Dayton L. 

Mulligan, Cathryn R. — 

Mumbulo. Beverly J. 

Muntean, Rella 

Murphy. H. Jean „ — 

Musat. Pompil O. 

Musser, Anna Belle 

Myers. Beverly E — 

Myers, Ruth M. 

Myers, William L. 



626 McPherson St.. Mansfield 

_301 Stow St.. Kent 

„624 Towne Av:.. Los Angeks. Cal-f. 

_„ Mantua 

527 Hazlewood Ave.. Warren 

244 Lincoln Ave.. Ravenna 

33 Main St., Leetonia 

344 E. Main St.. Ravenna 

638 Vine St.. Kent 

211 N. Willow St., Kent 

RD. 3, Bellaire 

„824 Aero Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 



-Cuyahoga Falls 

„ 923 Falls Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

1556 Goodyear Blvd., Akron 

__1234 15th St. NW. Canton 

St. Clairsville 

658 Madison Ave., Akron 

3296 Winsford Rd.. Cleveland Hts. 

15706 Clifton Blvd., Lakewood 

2421 Walnut Blvd.. Ashtabula 

365 Warren Rd.. Newton Falls 

— 306 N. Willow St., Kent 

322 N. Willow St., Kent 

19 Betz Rd., Akron 

260 Lawrence St., Ravenna 

18802 Arrowhead Ave.. Cleveland 

538 W. Cambridge, Alliance 

1163 Big Palls Ave., Akron 

335 Hudson Rd., Stow 

2559 Lee Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

„ Li sbon 

362i,i W. Thurston St., Elmira, N. Y. 

1811 8th St., Canton 

Ma r shal 1 vi He 

838 Lincoli Way NW, Ma.ssillon 

RD. 1, East Palestine 

- 816 Essig Ct., Canton 



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Nash, Arthur E, 

Nay lor. Lewis 

Neff, Gloria „, 

Nemeth. Martha 

Nethlng. Martha I. 
Newcomb, Dorothy 

Newhouse, Irwin 

Newsome, Roy 

Ney. Edith J. 

Ney. F. Gregg 

Nty. Harriett 



_52 Market St., Yorkville 

541 Park Ave., Kent 

^„____Canton 



Nichol, Arvine A. 

Nichols, Mary June 

Norman, Betty 

Norman, John R. 

North, Shirley M. 

Norris, Helen 



Norris, Joseph D. 

Noss. Robert 

Nostadt. Francis 

Nydegger. Frederick 



311 N. Mantua St., Kent 

405 Moore St.. Hubbard 

RD. 1, Spring St.. Ravenna 

972 Montford Rd.. Cleveland Hts. 

1719 Cromwell Ave., Shaker Hts. 

- 243 Atlantic, Warren 

739 Graff Ave., Meadville. Pa. 

739 Graff Ave.. Meadville, Pa. 

_— 739 Graff Ave., Meadville. Pa. 

RD. 2, Uniontown 

654 W. Main St.. Ravenna 

RD. 1, Hudson 

■■ RD. 1, Hudson 

RD. 1 , Ravenna 

16 Jefferson Rd.. Ashtabula 

RD. 5. Massillon 

3003 Kesurch Rd., Cleveland 

RD. 1. Orwell 

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O'Bryant, Louise C. 
Ocasek. Oliver R. ... 

Oddo, Jean — 

ODoherty. Rita A. 
Offhaus, Betty L. .._ 

Oldack, Edwin 

dinger. Eva R. 

Ong. Elizabeth J. „ 
Olson, Jean M. L. _ 

Olson, John H. 

Orr, Nancy Ann 

Oseroff, Harold 

Osgood. Clinton 

Osborne. James N. _ 

Owen, Myra M. 

Owen, Leroy 

Ozbolt, William J. . 



.._3401 E. 128th St.. Cleveland 

Chaffer Rd., Macedonia 

„3858 E. 147th St.. Cleveland 
-1112 8th St., Lorain 



118 Fairmount Ave.. Barberton 

-10406 Park Heights Rd., Cleveland 

RD. 1. West Lafayette 

40 N. Portage Path, Akron 

..RD. 3. Cuyahoga Falls 



,.Box 38, RD. 3. Cuyahoga Palls 

167 Adeline Dr., Stow 

563 Letchworth Dr., Akron 

1208 W. Main, Ravenna 

402 N. Depeyster St., Kent 

Box 56, Augusta 

._224 S. Willow, Kent 



-294 Norton Ave., Barberton 



B. Grace 
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Padrutt, 
Palmer, 
Panatzer. Clarence L. 

Panek, Betty — 

Paolucci, John 

Papp, George E 

Pardee. Bessie K. 

Parise, William 

Parker, Mary L 

Parker, Richard L. 

Parks, Raymond V _ 

Partridge, Charles .~ 

Partridge, Laverne M. 

Patterson, Jean 

Patterson. William J. -^ 

Paul. Patricia M. 

Faulus. David L. 

Paxton, Nancy 

Peabody. Richard 

Peden. Jean A, 

Pelfrey, Addie M. 

Pelar. Edward 

Pelton, George 

Peoples, Leroy 

Perkins. Rebecca 

Perez, Clara 



RD. 2, Box 876, Akron 

„ Uni onto wn 

910 Storer Ave., Akron 

1255 E. 84th St.. Cleveland 

584 Schiller Ave.. Akron 

-1762 Wymore. East Cleveland 

636 E. Graham Rd.. Stow 

— RD. 2. Warren 



_177 Parkgate Ave.. Youngstown 
— — 135 E. Elm St., Kent 



151 E. Union St., Mt. Gilead 

_.520 SW. 27th St., Oklahoma City 

1558 Prospect Ave., Rocky River 

227 Wells Ave., Wellsville 

„ 157 N. Water 



„12727 Grannis Rd., Garfield Hts. 
_„ RD. 3. Kent 



Peshek. Jack R. 

Petty. Charles 

Peters, George W. _ 
Peterson, Doris A, _ 

Peterson. Paula 

Petyak, James - 

Petzel, Geraldine J. 
Phares, Joanne M. _ 
Phillips. Douglas J. 
Phillips, Edward J. 
Phillips, Ernest T. _ 
Phillips, Nadine M. 
Piehl. Barbara — _ 



_.„_ Chapman Rd.. Hudson 

...3363 Warrensville Center Rd.. Shaker Hts. 

2319 Woodward Ave., Lakewood 

57 Dodge, Akron 

654 Erie St.. Kent 

934 Lafayette St.. Niles 

„__220 Dodge St.. Kent 

__...RD. 4, Wooster 

1819 Garfield SW, Canton 

220 Broad Ave. NW. Canton 

2059 10th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

2174 13th St., Akron 

2937 Ivanhoe Rd., Silver Lake 

.-Independence 



Pilasky, Georgiann M. -... 

Pittman, Esther E. 

Walter E. 

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Pittman, 
Plescher, 
Fletcher, 
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Francis Eileen 
William 



Poese. Joan J. 

Polansky, John 

Pollock. Laura L. „ 

Port, Ruth „ 

Porter. Judith 

Post, Alvin R. „ 

Post, John J, 

Poth. Catherine C. _ 

Powers. Winifred 

Powers. Robert E. _ 

Pratt. Betty J 

Proko. Michael 

Provo. Gay J. 

Province, Harold E. 

Pugh. Miriam — - _ 

Pugliese. Theresa A. 

Purdy. Esther ....__ 

Purdy, Ruth E 

Puskar, Jane A. 

Pyle, Wanda 



1356 Etruria St.. East Liverpool 

8404 Jeffries Ave.. Cleveland 

397 N. Firestone Blvd.. Akron 

1562 E. 85th St., Cleveland 

223 Vius Ct., Akron 

RD. 2, N. Market Ave. Ext., Canton 

„ 118 Ely St., Alliance 

1736 E. 116th St., Cleveland 

848 Hudson Rd.. Kent 

„_ Leonar dsb ur g 

.608 W. Spruce. Ravenna 

_.2016 Thompson Ave.. Fort Wayne, Ind. 

RD. 8. Box 48, Akron 

RD. 8. Box 48, Akron 

803 Grain Ave., Kent 

3106 Chestnutdale, Cleveland 

„ Fairport 

„ 314 S. Lincoln. Kent 



109 Linden St., Ravenna 

13807 St. Clair, Cleveland 

„433 S. Linden Ave., Alliance 

55 Chester St.. Massillon 

153 Kent Rd., Tallmadge 

__Ta 11 mad ge 



RD. 1, Box 409. Cuyahoga Falls 

750 John St., Elmira. N. Y. 

469 Euclid Ave., Wickliffe 

206 E. Summit St., Kent 

Mansfield. RD. 2 

3366 W. 31st. Cleveland 

-2693 Northland Ave.. Cuyahoga Falls 

2325 12th St. SW. Akron 

549 Harvard Ave., Barberton 

525 E. Main St., Kent 







Quattrone. Minnie C. 

Quinn, John „ 

Queale. L. Marcena _ 



_64l Broadway. SteubenvUle 

917 25th St. NE, Canton 

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Ramsey, Edith E. 

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Rapp, Noel 



_7411 Claasen Ave., Cleveland 
_4137 E. 110th St.. Cleveland 

__„Fr a zey sbu r g 

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Rath. Charlotte R. 

Ravid, Florence 

Raymond. Caroljean L. 
Reddrop, Elizabeth A. .. 

Reed, Ruth A. 

Regas. Lula 



..990 E. Main St., Ravenna 
_122 Saratoga SW, Canton 



Rehaner, Edward 

Rehm, Genevieve 

Restemeier, Gertrude A. 

Reynolds. John J. 

Reynolds, Melvin F. 

Rhoads, James „ 

Rhoades. Barbara J. 

Rhoades, Dorothy I. 



-641 Bellevue Ave., Akron 
____1469 Liberty Ave., Alliance 
i890 Kasser Blvd., Rocky River 

119 5th St., Strasburg 

_2943 Scranton Rd., Cleveland 

Unit H6A, Windham 

„ Smith vtUe 

RD. 2, Cortland 



-Cottage Hill Farm, Ravenna 
Sherman, N. Y. 



-137 N. Second St., St. Clair, Pa. 

303 W. Edm St.. Kent 

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Ricci, Reno J. 

Rice, Dorothy J. 

Rickey, John 

Richards. Luzerne — 
Richardson, WilUara _ 

Richardson. Willis 

Rickard. Kenneth 

Rigby, Geraldine M. . 

Rigby, William 

Riggle. Arlene 

Riggle, Paul D. _- 

Riley, Effie M 

Riley, Martha J. „ 

Riley, Zelma L. 

Ringgold, Dorothy J. 
Rini, Betty 



554 S. Water St., Kent 

232 E. Oak St., Kent 

_.RD. 1, Leavittsburg 

122 N. Diamond St., Ravenna 

RD. 4, Kent 

3624 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland 

80 W. South, Painesville 

287 W. Columbia, Alliance 

__1554 Globe St., East Liverpool 
-359 Garfield St., East Liverpool 

331 Union St., Columbiana 

_606 N. Wooster Ave., Strasburg 
__1615 Pennsylvania Ave., Lorain 

17 Wilson Ave., Niles 

Richmond Dale 

RD. 2, Box 228, East Akron 



Rinkes. Betty M. 

Ritch, Bette M. 

Ritzman. Fayne E 

Ritchie. Oscar — — 

Rivers, Irvin 

Roads. George 

Robbins. Phyllis A. 

Roberto. Muzio B. ™-^ 
Roberts. Mary A. .„ — 

Robinson, Max 

Robinson, Margaret B. 
Robison, Ward Lewis _ 

Roche. Audrey M. 

Rocko, Jennie H. 

Rodgers, Elsie G. 

Rogers, Francis 

Roesinger, June M. 

Ronald, William 

Rongone. Louise N 

Rongone, Rosemary 

Rose, Dorothy J. 

Ross, Julia R. 

Ross, Marian J. 

Ross. Rose J 

Rossa, Mary B. 

Roth, Lester 



-3631 Traynahm Rd., Shaker Hts. 

Orchard Hts., Bridgeport 

-_Box 198, Everett 

RD. 1, Mogadore 

413 1st St. SE. Massillon 

1391 Chippewa Ave., Akron 

309 W. Maple St., Uniontown 

11 E. Boston Ave., Youngstown 

New Milford 



-3455 Edison Rd.. Cleveland Hts. 

RD. 3, Ravenna 

1733 Catalpa Rd.. Cleveland 

417 Blessing Ave., Wooster 

RD. 1, Clinton 



819 Federal St.. Toronto 

„135 N. Depeyster St., Kent 
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Rouse, Margaret Jean . 

Rowlen. Betty A. 

Rowe, Dale 



4612 S. Hills Dr., Cleveland 

517 Washington NE, Warren 

—1987 Cook St., Cuyahoga Falls 

1987 Cook St., Cuyahoga Falls 

217 Arlington, Niles 

5200 Lee Rd., Maple Hts. 

DR. 1 , Uniontown 

108 Thomas St.. East Palestine 

1284 E. 169th St.. Cleveland 

.^2917 Hampshire Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

1023 Sackett St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

____ 519 Earl Ave., Kent 



Ruble, Camille D. 

Rumonoski, Blanche C. 

Russell. George F. 

Russell, Harriette R. — 

Russo, Joseph 

Ruthenberg, William _. 

Ruzich, Rudolph 

Rutkowski, Helen P. — 

Ryan, David G. 

Ryder, Ethelyn 



_1222 Nicholson Ave., Lakewood, Bentleyville Rd.. 

Chagrin Falls 

2491 4th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

— Box 232, Dillonvale 

Ravenna 

367 Vaughn Trail. Akron 



...287 Shelby Ave., Akron 
Sawyerwood 

2117 West 47th St.. Cleveland 

1944 Niles Rd. SE, Warren 

_.458 Perkinswood Blvd. SE, Warren 
43 Beason Ave., Holyoke, Mass. 



Saltsman, Thomas 
Sanchez, Mercedes . 

Sanders, J. __-.-, 

Santa Laverne 



Santucci, Philip 

Sarff. Betty 

Sato, John 

Sauber, Laurence 

Saukkonen, Miriam 

Sauter, Robert 

Savako, Roman 

Sawyer, Agnes 

Schaaf, Gerald 

Schaefer, Patricia 

Scharkey, Doris 



-2540 Whitelaw Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Box 231, Mayaguez. Puerto Rico 

— 1649 Merline Ave.. Cuyahoga Falls 

2993 Ripley Rd., Cleveland 

307 Halsted Ave., Harrison. N. Y 

123 Charing Cross Rd., Stow 

2727 E. 92nd St., Cleveland 

RD. 3. Box 242, Barberton 



Scherer, Donald 

Scheuerman, William, Jr. 

Schipchik. Claudia 

Schirmer, Ethel 

Schlegel, Dorothy 

Schlenker. Betty 

Schneider, Dale 

Schmidt. Ruth 



17444 Broadway, Maple Hts. 

..2876 Northland St., Cuyahoga Falls 

906 Ida Ave., Cleveland 

301 S. Mantua St., Kent 

380 Reed Ave., Akron 

590 Vinita Ave. , Akron 

-.60 W. Bagley Rd.. Berea 

RD. 7, Box 710, Phoenix, Ariz. 



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Schmiedl, Eugene 

Schmotzer. Lois .— 

Echnauffer, Isla 

Schoning. Barbara 

Schramm, Dorothy 

Schrenk, Alfred 

Schuette. William 

Schuman, Frank 

Schwabe. Richard 

Scott, Anne — 

Scott. Thelma 

Scourcos. Angelina 

Scribner, Mary 

Scullion, Margaret 

Seagard, Herbert 

Sechrist, Opal 

Secoy, Gladys 

Seevers, Richard 

Seifert, Thomas 

Sewall. Jane 



Seyler. Arthur 

Seymour, Shirley 

Shafer, Jacqueline 

Shaffer, Robert 

Sharkey, Bernard 

Sharpe, Garold 

Shaw, Wanda 

Shay, Dorothy 

Shebanek, Clara Mae . 

Shelar, Ruthann 

Shenefiel, La Una 



..7629 Broadview Rd., Cleveland 

5656 Pearl Rd., Parma 

506 Cliff Dr., Lorain 

Woodmere Dr., Cleveland Hts. 

1600 Alden Ave,. Cleveland 

2618 Fulton Rd, . Canton 

922 Bellflower Ave. SW, Canton 

286 Sunset Dr.. Avon Lake 

1513 Ferman Dr., Cleveland 

._„_713 E. 91st St., Cleveland 

RD. 1. Ravenna 

2091 12th St. SW, Akron 

284 Broadway Ave.. Buffalo, N. Y. 

518 Broad Ave., Susquehanna, Pa. 

_Box 159, RD. 2. Graham Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls 

4149 E. 135th St.. Cleveland 

„„..186 North St., Bedford 

947 Johnston St., Rochester, N. Y. 

22 Gordon Ave.. Campbell 

„ 529 Rockwell St.. Kent 

960 Elbon Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

7 W. 2nd St., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Stow 

RD. 3, Bellaire 

™ 2814 6th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

376 Highland Ave.. Wadsworth 

25 W. 4th St.. Newton Falls 

2160 Demington Dr.. Cleveland Hts. 

502 Elm St., Ravenna 



1212 Webb Rd., Lakewood 

RD. 1. SufBeld 

406 W. Park Ave., Niles 

319 Lincoln Ave., Canton 

16 29th St. SW, Barberton 

...5228 Camden Rd.. Maple Hts. 

6235 Tribisky Rd.. Euclid 

58 E. Woodland Ave., Niles 

- RD. 1, N. Lima 



Sherrets, Gloria 472 Fair Ave. NE, New Philadelphia 

Shilling, Walter 1155 Wallace Ave., Massillon 

Shilliday, Jeanette „ RD. 1, New Milford 

Shinn, Vivian RD. 2. Atwater 

Shipton. Bettie 609 N. Dawson St., Uhrichsville 

Shira. John 120 N. Freedom St., Ravenna 

Shirilla. John 53 Tremble Ave., Campbell 

Shisler, Twila RD. 1, Smithville 

Shively, Isobel _„ Rogers 

Shobert, Harriet „ 506 Katherine Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Shook, Donald — 1574 7th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Shore. Gertrude 70 Linwood Rd., Akron 

Shori, Gulielmo 1512 Sherrick Rd. SE, Canton 

Shremp. Joan -— - 912 Crain Ave., Kent 

Shumaker, Doyle RD. 1, Sugarcreek 

Shuman, Barbara — RD. 4, Kent 

Shumway, Lorayne „ 128 N. Freedom St., Ravenna 

Shutrump, Betty 2510 Market St., Youngstown 

Sibson, William __., Box 48. Diamond 

Sicuro, Frank _ 341 N. Freedom St., Ravenna 

Siennicki, Edmund 4371 W. 28th St., Cleveland 

Sigle, Doris Canfield 

Sigle, Mary Canfield 

Sigrist, Jean „...337 32nd St.. Canton 

Simmons. Patricia 48 18th St. SW, Barberton 

Silver, Peggy 337 E. Lorwill St.. Wooster 

Simms, Phyllis RD. l, Cuyahoga Falls 

Simm, Rex „ „ RD. 1, Cuyahoga Falls 

Simons, Anthony 130 4th St., Ravenna 

Simon, Charles 122 Market St., Seaford, Del. 

Simmons, Alyce -—48 18th St., Barberton 

Single, John 2472 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Sinkhorn, Doris 273 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron 

Sinkhorn, Warren — > : 273 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron 

Sisler, Mary 481 Lloyd St., Barberton 

Sitko, Mitchell . Hiram 

Slater, Elizabeth „ Lodi 

Slingluff, Twyla „,„__ Minerva 

Slight, Marie 832 Irvington Rd., Massillon 

Sloan, Martha __309 Elm St., Ravenna 

Slynian. Theodore 2177 16th St., Akron 

Small, Velma Rockhill Pike, RD. 3. Bellaire 

Smith. Eileen 122 Linden Rd., Kent 

Smith, Norma -__ 1210 17th St. NE, Canton 

Smith, James „„,.80 W. State St.. Barberton 

Smith. Newman 1062 Norwood St.. Akron 

Smith, Rosemary 1215 Beardsley St., Akron 

Smith, William J. : 1178 Lexington Ave., Akron 

Smith, Ruth 57 Helen Ave., Niles 

Smith, Sally „ 216 E. Williams St., Kent 

Smith. Wilma 2934 Jefferson St., Anderson. Ind, 

Snell, Marilyn ...__ 962 Cadle Ave., Mentor 

Snoberger. Herman _ 132 Roswell St., Akron 

Snowden. Beulah 19 Truth St., Sawyerwood 

Snyder, Harvey Box 93, Lakemore 

Snyder, Marilyn RD. 2, Hartville 

Solak, Frank 613 6th Ave., Ford City. Pa. 

Solomon, Charles 2980 W. Bailey Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls 

Sommers, Marvin __Highland Rd. , Macedonia 

Souders. Delbert „ -861 Oakland Ave., Akron 

Sours, William 2270 13th St. SW, Akron 

£owa?h, Marjorie -„ 142 Dawson Ave.. Mansfield 

Sowry, Janet _ — -Springboro, Pa. 

Sparr, Elaine 1343 Hillsdale Rd.. Lorain 

Spatola. Vincent 20 Wood St., Batavia. N. Y. 

Speck. Lucy 2117 E. 31st St., Akron 

Spencer. Clifford 1660 23rd St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Spencer. Dorothy 1660 23rd St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

Spillman. Phyllis RD. 1, Bowerston 

Sprague, Lloyd Route 4, Warren 

Sprott, Marjorie 600 W. Main St., Ravenna 

Stair. Dorothy Route 1, Burbank 

Stalzer, Robert 417 Marguerite Ave,, Cuyahoga Falls 

Stallsmith. Richard -398 Greenwood Ave., Akron 

Stanton, Russell 3450 Edgewood Dr., Ashtabula 

Starner. David 159 Yonker St., Barberton 

Starr, Dwight 2179 Stone St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Stebner, Amy Lee - — Peninsula 

Stefany. Leonard 7910 Southington Dr.. Parma 

Steigerwald, June 1503 23rd St. NW, Canton 

Stelts, Donald 218 Crain Ave., Kent 

Steiner, Phoebe RD. 1, Orrville 

Stephens. Alice RD. 1, Suffield 

Steris, Charles 1230 Fifth St., Lorain 

Sterling, Arlene 1053 E. 148th St.. Cleveland 

Steve, Elizabeth 122 W. Oregon Ave., Sebring 

Stevens. Ruth — 124 Greenwood Dr., Millburg. N. J. 

Stevenson, Albert — 618 4th Ave., Ford City, Pa. 

Stevenson, Robert 189 N. Chestnut St., Kent 

Stevenson. Lois . ^^- "*• Kent 

Stewart, Wesley - 2078 18th St.. Akron 

Stewart, Doris 375 Drava Ave., Beaver, Pa. 

Stewart, Charlene ~ RD. 1, Kent 

Stimpert, Elroy 211 E. Summit St.. Kent 

Stofsick, Stephen 435 Frazier Ave., Akron 

Stratton, Erla _-.RD. 4, Salem 

Strauss, Bonnie - Garrettsville 

Straight, Burton 1212 Augusta St., Bluefield. W. Va. 

Straight, Marilvn 1212 Augusta St., Bluefield. W. Va. 

Strauss, Bonnie ^ Garrettsville 

Strayer, Hubert 921 S. Water St., Kent 

Streby, George 92 E. 6th St., Fredericktown 

Streeter, Betty 4005 Harrison Ave. NW. Canton 

Strock, Lillian — RD. 10, Akron 

Stroud. Wallace 1254 Giel Ave., Lakewood 

Sturgill. Denver 721 S. Willow St., Kent 

Stutz. Lois RD. 3, Mantua 

Such, Winifred Windsor 

Sudeck, William 1497 Parkway Blvd., Alliance 

Sumner, Truth RD. 2, Medina 

Sullivan, William 2653 Elmwood Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

Suvanto, Edwin - 3015 Church Ave., Cleveland 

Swaim, Ramona 542 Longmere Dr., Kent 

Swallow, Phyllis 3516 N. Market St., Canton 



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Tamai. Toshiko, 



Tarchanin, Eleanor A 

Tarr. Leora J. 

Tartata, Dorothy L. „ 

Tate, Mary E. 

Taubert, Theodore 

Taylor, Laurice M 

Taylor, Rebecca S. 

Tedrick. Mildred J 

Teter, Naomi I. 

Thomas, Christ. ne T. 

Thomas, Irene M. 

Thomas, Andrew 

Thomas Carl 

Thomas, James E. 

Thomas. John L. 

Thomas. Myron 

Thomas, Robert 

Thomas, Ronald 

Thomas. Warren _ 

Thompson, James 

Thompson. William 

Thompson. William T 

Thorne. Beatrice .._ 

Thorne. Ployd 

Tilden, Robert 

Tilton, John R. 

Timmerman, Margaret A. 

Tobm, Ernest R. 

Tolt, Kathryn M. „_„- 

Tompk-ns, Rita S. 

Tomanek, Alfred 

Tomasik, Eleanors 

Tomkowski, Henry 

Tonka. Clarence N. 

Torma, Alex J 

Tornberg. Ingr^d L 

Toth. John ^ 

Towner. B. 



Traxler, Marcia L. ^_... 

Traxler, Harmon P 

Trembly, Irene P. 

Trimeloni, Blanche D. 

Tripepi, Grace 

Trott, Delta M. 

Troyan, Jean R. 

Truxell, Jack M. 

Tryon, Irene F. 

Tucker, Ellen 

Turner, Dale N. 

Turner. Virginia L. 

Tuttle, Betty L. 

Tuttle. Gerald R. 



Ulch, Gladys M. 

Ulrey, Clarence O. _. 
Unkefer, Lemoyne I. 
Unkrich, Mary A. _.„ 

Untch, Freda J. 

Urban, Joan J. 



Vallandingham, Nelle G. 

Vandervort, Luella M. 

Van Horn, Gertrude Beverly 

Vanica, Bruce E „ 

Vargo, Anna A 

Varner, Donald W. 

Varner, Gladys B. 

Vatalaro, Frank J. 

Vatilla, Robert S. 

Vaughan, Kathleen J. 

Vendely. Frank P. 

Vessey. Lillian Betty „ 

Vey. Elizabeth J. „ 

Voelkle, Carol S. 

Vogt. Christine E 

Voight. Peggy L. 

Volosin. Mary Lou K 

Vosper. Shirley Lee ^ 



Waffle. Donald R 

Wagner, Harold W. 

Wagner. Joan M. 

Wagner, Stewart G 

Wagoner, Gretchen E. 

Wagoner, William J. 

Wahl. Patricia J. 

Waldorff, Roberta L 

Walk, Holland N. 

Walker, Charles R. 

Walker, Charles E. 

Walker, Charles R. 

Wallace Dorothy J. 

Wallace. Helen L. 

Walton, John T. 

Walton, Marjorie F. 

Waltz, Marilyn J. 

Ward, Russell M. 

Warman, Donald D, 

Warner. Ernest L. 

Warner, Raymond G. 

Warth, Margaret M. 

Waterman, Dorothy M 



1027 Delia Ave., Akron 

408 Gost Ave., New Albany, Ind. 

2881 W. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls 

„_„ 413 Cherry St., Niles 

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538 Ohve Ave., Long Beach, Cal. 

2856 W. 12th St., Cleveland 

— 635 N. 3rd St.. Toronto 

1729 9th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

525 N. Mantua. Kent 

3227 Bradford Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

301 W. 55th St., Ashtabula 

_1716 Woodland Ave. NW, Canton 

324 Kalhron Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

^_.RD. 2, HartviUe 

212 University Dr. , Kent 

220 Freedom St., Ravenna 

800 Ninth St. SW, Canton 

1745 E. 29th St., Lorain 

__Harding Rd., Canfield 

_ ^I'lg Decatur St.. Sandusky 

72 E. Philadelphia Ave., Youngstown 

822 Mechanics St., Ravenna 

13713 Caine Ave., Cleveland 

136 Charing Cross Dr.. Stow 

1309 Sackett Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

808 W. Main St., Ravenna 

_„_„ 12125 Chayenne St., Detroit, Mich. 

17729 Windward Rd., Cleveland 

3106 W. 116th St., Cleveland 

225 Stevens St., Ravenna 

290 E. Kent Rd.. Stow 

611 Cohasset Dr., Youngstown 

50 Lily St.. Akron 

12301 Marne Ave.. Cleveland 

254 W. Elm St., Kent 

852 Lawton St., Akron 

9427 Cardwell St., Cleveland 

79 Willow St., Bloomfield, N. J. 

5088 Turney Rd., Garfield Hts. 

_„ RD. 1, Ravenna 

2205 20th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

-.625 Flora Ave., Akron 

Box 14, Brady Lake 

1517 Hoyt Ct., Mentor 

__1517 Hoyt Ct.. Mentor 

1504 Auburn Ave., Cleveland 

Central City, Pa. 

110 2nd St., Willoughby 

__„ „..324 Orchard St., Kent 

13206 Ferris Ave., Cleveland 

407 N. Water St.. Kent 

166 Malacca St., Akron 

__Box 40, Huntsburg 

98 S. Main St., Rittman 

RD. 2, Eldorado, 111. 

518 Rockwell St., Kent 

518 Rockwell St., Kent 

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3348 Milverton Rd., Shaker Hts. 

„ _„. Martinsville 

1007 28th St. NE, Canton 

17101 Bradgate Ave., Cleveland 

1117 Piedmont Ave. NE, Canton 

5177 Cato St., Maple Hts. 

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24 W. 2nd St., Rittman 

Plymouth 

1619 Clarence Ave., Lakewood 

640 Myrtle Ave., Cuyahoga Falls 

855 Carpenter bi., Aiiron 

_441 Noah Ave., Akron 

1636 25th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

____596 Robinette Ct., Akron 

1311 Nestor Ave., Akron 

450 Alexander St., Akron 

710 High St.. Fairport 

RD. 4, Box 248, Kent 

145 Nyac Ave., Pelham, N. Y. 

5931 Twin Lakes 

3316 Bradford Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

11003 Miles Ave., Cleveland 

Poland Manor, Poland 

1517 Pennsylvania Ave., Steubenville 

W 

325 Park Ave., Kent 

Canal Fulton 

49 Bachtel Ave., Akron 

1690 Turner-Ohltown Rd., Youngstown 

458 W. Main St.. Kent 

458 W. Main St., Kent 

996 Avon St., Akron 

387 Lake Shore Dr. W.. Dunkirk, N. Y. 

1496 Brown St., Akron 

94 Ellen wood Ave.. Youngstown 

2140 Schubert St., Cuyahoga Falls 

22 Milton Blvd., Newton Falls 

„ New Lyme Station 

329 Portage St., North Canton 

15117 Clifton Blvd.. Lakewood 

3095 West Blvd., Cleveland 

- Strasburg 

205 Clinton Ave., Farmer City, 111. 

14713 Orinoco Ave., Cleveland 

108 Moase Ave., Patnesville 

__ „__^ Randolph 

120 North Ave. NE. Massillon 

644 Cambridge Ave., Elyria 



Waters, Wilma J. 

Watts, Roderxk N. 

Watkins. Elizabeth A. _ 

Watson, Alice J. — — 

Watson, Mary Dorothy 

Waukich, Mildred M. 

Wawrin, Vera 

Wayne, Seymour 

Webb, Lois W. 

Webb, Harry Dale 

Weber, Lloyd S. 

Webber, Mary J 

Weeks, Mildred L. 

Weigle, Thomas R. 

Weitzel, Duane F 

Welch, Beverly J. 

Wells, Kathryn 

Weltner, Patricia A. 

Wendling, Juanita J. 

Wentz, Robert C 

Werner, Mary Ann 

Werstler, Robert S. 

West, Charles J 

West, Clayton O. 

West, Gay lord M. 

West, Lorraine 

West. Patricia J. — 

Whlpkey, Glenn C 

White. Ethel O 

White, Virginia T. 

White, Robert G. 



-RD. 3, Fresxio 



-150 Pershing St., North Canton 
-1496 Robinwood Ave., Lakewood 
— 235 E. Vermont Ave.. Sebring 

RD. 1, Hartville 

946 Johnston St., Akron 

New Mi 1 for d 

359 W. Chestnut St.. Akron 



4150 E. 106th St., Cleveland 

121 E. Highland Ave., Ravenna 

Rout e , K ent 

— _„ 99 Spring St., Oberlin 

_2218 Beverly Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 
-.1873 Grasmere St., East Cleveland 

2843 Bailey Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls 

1305 Winston Rd., Euclid 

26 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron 



429 Archwood Ave., Akron 

201 E. 13th St., Dover 

Oceola Rd., Bucyrus 

502 N. Mill St., Louisville 

..433 Werstler Ave., North Canton 

204 Arch St., Seaford, Del. 

906 Fulton Rd., Canton 

1469 Brown St., Akron 

. Sawyerwood 



Whobrey, Anthony H. 

Whyte. Molly A. _ 

Wiedeman, Glenn E. -^ 

Wiegand, Evelyn M. 

Wiegman, Marjorie E. 

Wlegman. Maxine A. 

Wilber, Martha J. 

Wilder, June K. „„ 

Wilde, Ralph G 



1469 Brown St., Akron 

201 9th St., Connellsville, Pa. 

200 Sherman St., Kent 

-9430 Dorothy Ave., Garfield Hts. 

1652 25th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

_-754 Wing St., Akron 

.„1265 Scotch Rd.. Trenton, N. J. 

506 E. Summit St., Kent 

6403 Vandalia Ave., Cleveland 

_„ RD. 2, Kent 

_-RD. 2, Kent 



Wildman, Dorothy M. 

Willgohs, Charles F 

Wilkes, Dor.s 

Williams, John A. 

Williams, Katheryn F 

Williams. Kaiherine L. 

Williams. Leah Mae 

Williams. Louise 

Williams, Pauline D 

Williams, Shirley 

Williams, Robert J. 

Williard, Charles 

Williard, E. Russell 

Willis. Cherie M. 

Wilms, Marilyn 

Wilson. Betty 

Wilson, Harry R. 

Wilson, Margaret 

Wilt. Margaret J. 

Winchell, Margaret 

Winick, Doris - 

Winings, Margarec 

Winney. Margaret 

Winter, Norman K. 

Winters, Henry E., Jr. 

Wirth. Myrtle 

Wise, Eugene 

Wise, Janell 

Wittcn, Arthur P., Jr. 

Wolf, Shirley 

Wolfe, Walter N 

Wolff, Dorothy 

Wood, Jack A 

Wood. Leon S 

Wojtowich, Joe S „. _ 

Worden, RoUin D. 

Woodward. Constance 

Wright, Edward J. 

Wright, William C, 
Wrobel. Vincent T. 
Wyko, Michael J. .. 



1423 S. Water St., Kent 

_1277 E. 134th St.. East Cleveland 

120 E. 293rd St.. Willoughby 

-.Mesopotamia 



Overdale Dr., Tallmadge 

3869 W. 31st St. Cleveland 

11820 Ohio St.. Detroit, Mich 

1406 W. 53rd St.. Seattle, Wash. 

..1962 Staunton Rd., Cleveland Hts. 

Forrest Hill, Fairmont, W. Va. 

,.-559 W. LaClede Ave., Youngstown 
_. Stow 



559 W. LaClede Ave., Youngstown 

543 Rockwell St., Kent 

RD. 3, Ravenna 

RD. 3, Ravenna 

2920 Hastings Rd., Silver Lake 

925 S. Union Ave., Salem 

RD. 37. North Rd., Warren 

331 E. Main St., Ravenna 

- 625 Wilcox Rd., Waupun, Wise. 

-2649 Woodward Rd., Cuyahoga Falls 

506 Broad Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls 

1709 Shorb NW, Canton 

„.„Rt. 1, Amsterdam 

2487 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Ed i nb ur g 

435 W. Delavan Ave., Buffalo 

2241 Walnut Blvd.. Ashtabula 

RD. 2, Uniontown 



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240 Hager St.. Hubbard 

1081 Emma Ave., Akron 

1919 Clifton St., Youngstown 

Box 192, Brady Lake 

1437 Arnold Ave. NW, Canton 

703 E. Main St., Ravenna 

907 Stiles St., Warren 

__.Hamden Rr., Huntsburgh 

357 N. Freedom St., Ravenna 

„18 Donald Place E., Rockaway, N. Y. 

133 W. Tallmadge Ave., Akron 

2543 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls 

„ 301 3rd St., Barberton 

305 Ridge Ave., Newton Falls 



Yablonski. Henry E. — 

Yeager, Marion H. 

Yankovich, Pauline M. 

Yankovich, Walter „ 

Yaxley, Marilyn A 

Yee, Margaret 

Yerman, John W. 

Yingst, Sarah A — 

Yader, Genevere M. 

Yonkers, Edward H. — 

Yott:. Glenn G 

Young. Clare M. 

Young. Eileen M. 

Young, Nellie M. 

Young. Phyllis A. 

Yuhas, Eleanor A 



-933 S. Water St., Kent 



_4423 Sheridan Rd., Longmount. Colo. 

RD. 2, Ravenna 

RD. 2, Ravenna 

,.RD. 1, Chagrin Falls 



-90 W. Market St., Akron 
-RD. 1, Diamond 



-622 N. Market St.. M.nerva 
Smi th ville 



533 Rockwell St., Kent 

_313 Falls Ave., Youngstown 
331 Golf Dr.. Warren 



„1111 Kendall Ave. NE, Massillon 
RD. 5, Marion 



,_7219 Zephyr Place, Maplewood, Mo. 
1651 Jefferson St. SW, Warren 



Zalundy, Joseph T. 

Zapka, Marian J. 

Zediker, Naomi R. 

Zeiser, Marilyn E. 

Zeller, James F. 

Zeller, William J. 

Zevalkink. Kay F 

Zima, Angeline A. 

Zingery. George E. 

Zingery, James W. 

Zimmerman, Mathilda A. 

Zimmerman, Patricia S. 

Zingler. Mary L. ._ 



_828 4th Ave., Ford City. Pa. 

RD. 2. Kent 

476 S. Main St.. Mansfield 

_„ 324 Sayers Ave., Niles 

452 Wolcott Ave.. Kent 



452 wolcott Ave., Kent 

732 W. Main St.. Kent 

112 Swan St., Geneva 

...218 Grain Ave., Kent 



,„322 Beaver Ave., New Philadelphia 

RD. 1, Amherst 

308 University Dr., Kent 

..__ 226 S. Lincoln St., Kent 



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of the 

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Karper's Restaurant 

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To accept for safe keeping, funds 
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To loan the funds entrusted to 
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